Couponing is a passion, and some people have it and some people don't. You don't have to be all or nothing, though. You may never buy a Sunday paper, dig through coupon bins at the local stores (but those are great too) or clip a coupon, but they are everywhere. The ones that print out at the register when you do your shopping with your shopper card (called catalinas) are a great way to save a little. Those are generally specific to what you buy or maybe a brand trying to get people to buy a particular product. Hannaford has magazines that always have coupons, and you can pick one up when you go shopping and it won't cost you a thing if you are buying groceries anyway. They are already there for the taking and free. If you keep them with you, there will always be savings!
Tip for today: Pick up the grocery store flyer prior to shopping and make your plan before going, you will save more if you spend time matching coupons to sales. THAT is how you get free items.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:59
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:58
BARTLETT — Certified executive chef/certified executive pastry chef Matt Holland of the Mountain Club at Loon Resort was named Chef of the Year at the White Mountains Chapter of the American Culinary Federation's 38th annual “Taste of New Hampshire” gala buffet Friday evening at the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:56
CONWAY — Memorial Hospital was named Employer of the Year and Margarita Grill received the Entrepreneur of the Year Award at Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce's 15th annual Business to Business Expo Tuesday.
The expo was held at the Omni Mount Washington Hotel. Awards for Non-Profit Organization of the Year, Student Entrepreneur of the Year and Sustainable Business of the Year were also presented. Each award winner received a plaque and a governor's citation.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:53
If you used small business accounting products in the early days, you know how frustrating it was to print checks correctly from your software. Pre-printed checks weren't cheap, and you probably printed at least a few that didn't line up right or were otherwise unusable.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 May 2013 03:48
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