How to Avoid Financial Arguments with Friends and Family

The saying is a debt paid is a saved friend, so RelayRides blogger Amanda L.Grossman shares her tips to better save money, reimburse people and split costs. When it comes to money, everyone has different values, priorities, and resources. Add transactions into your relationships, and you can see the potential for money to cause financial...
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How to Save on Travel During Peak Season

For those of us who have to vacation during the peak season, RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares tips on how to save money. One of the easiest ways to chop travel costs substantially is to travel during the off-season. In fact, my husband’s family does this each year when we book a large beach...
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5 Things You Didn’t Know About Your Car

So, you think you know all about your car? Think again. RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg shares five things you didn’t know about your car. Your car is a trusted partner in getting you, your family, and your stuff around. I have great memories of taking my car across the country or across the state to...
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5 Financial Changes You Need to Make as a Parent

RelayRides blogger and financial expert Amanda L. Grossman shares five financial changes every parent should make. Will Smith once jokingly remarked to Oprah that when you purchase a new vehicle you get a huge owner’s manual for how to operate it, but when you go to a hospital and have a baby, they just hand...
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Dude, Your Car is Ripping you off

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg explains how changes in how we use are cars are making them assets that are ripping us off as well as how to remedy this. Once upon a time, people viewed their car as part of the family. Some relics of those days are still around. A friend gives their car a name...
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How to Save Over $5,000 on Your Wedding

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares some surprising tips that will help you save thousands of dollars on your wedding. Do you know what the average wedding costs? Prepare to be gob smacked. While data varies from survey to survey, it appears that the average US wedding costs is between $25,000-$30,000! You might think that...
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Be a Tourist in Your Own City

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman is a pro when it comes to saving on vacations, and one of her best tips is being a tourist in your own city. Here’s how. Who says you have to take a big vacation this year? If you’re like me though, then you will probably get the itch to...
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5 Surprising Ways to Pay for Childcare

Having trouble paying for childcare? RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares some unusual ways to manage the costs of taking care of youngsters. If you have children or are planning for one soon, then you probably know the usual choices for childcare: have one parent stay home with the child, drop the child off to...
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Save on Your Taxes with Auto Tax Deductions and RelayRides

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg explores methods to save money on your taxes by deducting auto expenses as a RelayRides car owner*. *But to be clear, this is NOT tax advice. Seriously, NOT tax advice. Please consult a professional for your personal tax situation. One of the biggest benefits of using RelayRides as an owner is...
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4 Ways to Make Extra Cash in College

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman explains how to finance your education easily with these great tips. I had a lot of “odd jobs” in college. The most normal one was my federal work study job as a library desk assistant at $5.15 per hour. Then on Saturdays, I would pick up a group of Amish people...
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