Labor Day is just around the corner, coming with some of the best and biggest deals to mark the unofficial end of summer. This holiday weekend, we’ll be seeing a number of offers on items, such as home décor, makeup, and electronics from many brands and retailers. As more retailers and brands roll out their offers, it can be challenging to determine which ones to opt for and which ones to hold out on. That’s why we’ve curated a list of some of the best Labor Day deals from some of your favorite names.
Education, while integral, can be overwhelmingly expensive. Sticking to your budget can also be extra challenging, what with the rising costs of goods, such as school supplies. According to a poll conducted by KPMG Advisory, respondents expect a 13% year-over-year increase in school supplies. Meanwhile, as many as 39% of respondents predict that some school essentials will be more expensive in 2021. But how much should you really be spending? With rent, utilities, and food prices fluctuating, being moderate in your spending while in college can cost you around $2,082 per month. However, restricting your budget can potentially bring costs down to around $1,400 per month.