The 4th of July is a week away, and we've got a big road trip weekend coming up. It's been feeling like gas prices may hit the $3 per gallon mark, but now we have reasons why that will NOT happen. Yay!
It was fun while it lasted, but finding that surprise 5-dollar bill in the pocket of some old jeans is becoming more rare. Lots of Texans are opting not to carry any cash at all, and if we do have paper money in our wallets it's probably less than $25
Forbes Magazine did a little research and figured out who the richest person is in every state, and in Texas that person has a background in the retail industry, and it's a name you know if you've ever purchased a tamale, a diamond pendant and a fishing rod in the same place.
Texas ranks 27th on the list that highlights real costs of smoking, and some of these numbers are unbelievable! If you've never wanted to kick the habit before, the idea that you could have a million dollars leftover might be just what you need. Holy....um, smokes.
If your grocery bill is at least a hundred bucks every time you go to the store, soon you might be able to a whole lot more stuff with it. Two big grocery retailers in East Texas are slashing prices and that means good things for our tortilla chip and granola addictions.
Now is the time to pool the money at the office if you're going for the huge Powerball jackpot tonight. It's a quarter of a billion dollars, which might mean you don't have to go into debt buying chocolate and jewelry for Valentine's Day.
Halloween ain't cheap. Add up the costumes, the candy, and the decorations, and most of us are spending about $80 on the holiday. And then add the alcohol at the adult costume party and, well, that could double.
If you're like me, weekends include a trip to H-E-B to stock up. Good news...If you came home with an SUV full of a mix of name-brand things and generics, you probably did it right. There are some things we should buy generic and some things we shouldn't, and there's a key to telling th…