That probably describes cheapskates
, who likely balk at paying finance charges for carrying a balance.
Carroll says there is room across the United States for about 500 Uptown Cheapskate
stores total, and with an accelerated growth pace occurring each year, she has high hopes that the company will reach that goal someday.
Notable wines from past Cheapskate
If your foremost ambition is giving money away to children or grandchildren, to friends, to charity, being a cheapskate
makes that all the more possible as well.
His new book is "The Cheapskate
Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of Americans Living Happily Below Their Means." Yeager traveled the country to interview his fellow cheapskates
Fun Fact: After failed attempts to stop the fun, the cheapskate
city council recently granted EZ-7 official skatepark status.
It's vaguely because he only does projects he is interested in, charges more than cheapskate
rates, and is probably a tad too innovative for straight business sites.
Evan knows his dad is a cheapskate
but definitely not a murderer, and he sets out with his best friends Ruben and Erika to clear his father's name.
"It's not really true that you'll never get out of debt if you pay just the minimum," says Mary Hunt, author of Debt-Proof Your Marriage: How to Achieve Financial Harmony (Revell; $19.99) and the creator of Cheapskate
Monthly, a newsletter and Website (www.cheapskatemonthly.com).
Its technique is simple: "Good Instead Of Cheap." Well, make that "quality above price." Hence the cheapskate
detractors who call it "Whole Paycheck."
Slim has been criticized in the past for not doing enough in terms of philanthropy--he is described by ambulantes in the capital as a "cheapskate
"--but this marks his second major altruistic effort in the past year.
The last thing Birmingham needs is to be seen as a cheapskate