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Unnecessary Expenses That You’d Probably Still Comfortably Live Without

90% of shoppers buy items not on their shopping lists- and indication that people tend to spend unreasonably. Despite the high cost of living, most working Americans are uninformed of their unnecessarily expensive spending habits.

42% of them cite commuting costs as their number one unnecessary expense, which according to them, should be sufficiently reimbursed by their respective employers. Shockingly, there are other very trivial but unnecessary expenses they unknowingly incur, which they would comfortably live without:

Buying Coffee On Your Way To Work

Several compelling reasons have been given to explain why you ought to buy a cup of latte in the morning as you head work. While this is a very convenient option, it has proven to be an unnecessary wallet-emptying habit.

Ashley Feinstein, a New York certified money coach, was shocked when she realized that her $4.30 latte each morning accumulated to an annual cost of $1200. She then decided to drink the free coffee at work and instead use the $1200 to take a family vacation to Spain.

Buying Lunch At Work

Two-thirds of working Tuscon Americans spend about $2000 a year on lunch alone, instead of packing it. To curb this, experts advise people to carry packed lunch to the office. A simple calculation shows that carrying left over supper or sandwiches to the office is more profitable than buying lunch on a regular basis.

Title Loans

Beware of taking out title loans unless you know what you are getting into. If you get Tucson title loans and don’t know what you are doing, then you could wind up paying a lot of interest fees or possibly lose your car.

Satellite/ Cable TV

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Top 10 Tech Blogs of 2015

Top 10 Tech Blogs of 2015

As the format of blogging continues to evolve, 2015 saw some standout tech blogs emerging from the masses. These blogs are considered to be some of the top tech news resources, offer unbiased reviews on the technology that you’re most curious about, and cut through some of the rampant marketing that influences so many of our decisions and thoughts about tech. Most of them are pretty darn fun, too.

Some newcomers, some old standbys…these blogs are at the top of the tech blogging game for good reason. Here are 10 of the best tech blogs of 2015 in no particular order:

 

  1. TechRadar

TechRadar is one of the most popular online sources for gadgetry reviews. They have an insanely helpful rating system for smartphones, tablets, etc. Lots of tech blogs will get too hung up on Apple products (or really any one specific brand that they favor) but some of TechRadar’s best blog articles have been about Android devices, features, and apps.

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