FindHow.com is the “how to” search engine where you can find clear instructions from experts on everything from how to select a sewing machine to starting a business with your spouse.
The Bargainist is an award winning site that locates and consolidates information on sales, bargains and deals on just about everything. Updated often with the latest bargains, coupons, sales and freebies, you may want to subscribe to their feed or free Daily Deals email.
Mommy Savers’ goal is to keep moms living well for less with their money saving tips and bargain alerts. This online community of frugal moms generously shares their ideas and resources. Join for free or just visit the site to browse for coupon codes, hot online bargains and savvy shopping tips.
This is the official information service website for the U.S. Government and you’ll find everything here from information on getting grants, reporting identity theft, health and fitness, and tax deductions for your business.
This online printing company will send you free full color business cards, all you pay is for the shipping. The only catch is that the cards will have a small VistaPrint logo on the back, unless you pay a little more for to upgrade your cards. I recently saw a booth at a craft fair where they used these cards as backing for the gorgeous barrettes and jewelry they were selling – what a great idea!
If you’ve got a large family like mine (or even if you don’t) you might be interested in saving some money on groceries. TheCouponClippers.com is the nation’s largest online grocery coupon clipping service, and they claim that you can easily save 20-30% off your WEEKLY grocery bill, and that with careful shopping you can save as much as 40-60%. You pay a fee of a few cents per coupon plus a 50 cent administration fee, and they get the coupons to you fast so you can use them right away.