Finance

piggy bank
11 Dec 2015

How To Renovate Your Home While Keeping Your Piggy Bank Full

In 2012, there was an estimated 284 billion dollars spent on renovations in the United States alone. One thing that is having a big impact on the home improvement market is consumer demand for products that are environmentally friendly and leave less of a carbon footprint.
However, home upgrades and repairs can be expensive. The average cost of even a minor kitchen remodel is around $19,226, but a kitchen remodel is one of the top areas that will pay you back when selling a home.

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 1
Eeeyore--depressed
20 Nov 2015

Treating Depression on the Cheap

Depression is expensive. You eat junk food and order delivery because cooking and cleaning up sounds like slow torture. Your productivity falls off or you lose your job entirely. You miss obligations–everything feels like an obligation. You’re haunted by your elusive potential and the feeling that you’re letting everyone down.

Charles Daly - Cut-Rate Curmudgeon 1
affordable housing
20 Oct 2015

Vote Yes on Prop I : Ask A Tenants Rights Attorney

The Mission Moratorium, the halt on new luxury developments in San Francisco’s Mission district is a hot bed issue. Big developers hate the idea, the majority of San Francisco’s supervisors and mission residents support it, this is why

Daniel Wayne - Tenant's Rights Attorney 3

50% off New Glasses + Free Shipping!

We wrote about the 6 rad reasons why shopping for glasses on GlassesUSA.com will change the way you buy glasses forever. You can read about that here. But here's the important part: YOU GET 50% OFF + free shipping on your first pair of frames. Click to find out more!

Broke-Ass Stuart - Editor In Cheap
complex
06 Oct 2015

The 5 Worst Types of Roommates

Having a good roommate means avoiding the bad ones. Nearly everyone has a roommate nightmare story. From the ‘drug addict’ to the ‘Single White Female’ we’ve got you covered

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df2_1
17 Sep 2015

Dreamforce 2015: Islands Of Cool Free Sh*t In An Ocean Of Douche

You can do the Dreamforce conference for free the rest of the week. Thursday and Friday are the “free days” where broke shlubs can get in for free with a simple free Dreamforce registration. We broke down what you can expect from the good, the bad, & the douchey

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Eric Leese sits on a couch in his flooded living room in Metairie, outside New Orleans September 5, 2005. Thousands of residents of suburban New Orleans returned on Monday to inspect homes wrecked by Hurricane Katrina and President George W. Bush went back to the disaster zone to quell a political crisis over bungled aid efforts. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Lee Celano FR05090007  ljc/VP - RTRMPX1
17 Sep 2015

Ask a Tenant Attorney: Why You Need Renters Insurance. Now.

I speak with a lot of tenants on a day-to-day basis. Many of the tenants I speak to have been displaced or had their personal property damaged or destroyed as a result of fires, flooding, or ongoing repair work. Inevitably I always ask them is “Do you have renters insurance?”

Daniel Wayne - Tenant's Rights Attorney 1
The Business of Marijuana
09 Sep 2015

Weed Rich: The Real Size of U.S. Marijuana Industry

The Marijuana Industry is the #1 cash crop in California, and nationally it is projected to be a bigger business than the NFL in the next 5 years. Here’s how…

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