My husband does this, I don’t, but it seems to be fairly simple to figure out. He’ll ask the accountants at work a couple questions that they help him out with to get us more back, but I think turbo tax is pretty straight forward
This card is alright. It was my first credit card, and I use it like a debit card and pay off the balance every month and reap the rewards of the cash back. There are other cards out there that will give you more cash back, so just do your research.
We use it like a debit card and pay off the balance every month. We get to collect the rewards and not be in debt, so it’s a win win! It’s given us more back in rewards than the capital one card ever did, so we’re happy!
I feel like Lowe’s is pretty expensive when it comes to most things, but I unfortunately they’re just too convenient to where I live. Also, the employees knowledge on certain things can be pretty invaluable sometimes!
H&M is so much more than I thought it would be. I figured it would be over priced, but it’s not at all! I can find stuff for me, my kids, and my husband at the same price as I would shopping at Walmart or Target. They have SO much to choose from and I’m never disappointed
Old Navy is interesting. I either find a lot that I love or nothing at all, there’s hardly an in between. They’re clothes are getting so trendy, it’s almost not worth shopping there anymore, but occasionally I’ll find something good
Amazon prime ships in two days, and it’s free. You almost can’t beat that! I usually shop in town and check amazon. If it doesn’t beat it, then it gets ordered from amazon! As simple as that and there’s so much variety and other perks of being a member.