Sarah Hagman, Reviewed.com

Sarah Hagman

Reviewed.com

Boston, MA, United States

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  • USA TODAY
Past:
  • North Jersey News

Recent articles by Sarah:

9 tips to shop smarter online

Ellevest money coach and certified financial planner Rachel Rabinovich shares tips to save money when shopping online. → Read More

The best credit card for travel has a $1,250 welcome offer and new grocery perks

Our best credit card for travel has a welcome offer that's worth up to $1,250 for new cardholders. Plus, Chase unveiled grocery and dining perks. → Read More

The best credit card for travel has a $1,250 welcome offer and new grocery perks

Our best credit card for travel unveiled a welcome offer that's worth up to $1,250 for new cardholders, plus grocery and dining perks. → Read More

The best credit card for travel has a $1,250 welcome offer and new grocery perks

Our best credit card for travel unveiled new dining and grocery perks and a sign-up bonus that could be worth $1,250 for new cardholders. → Read More

Luggage is hard to find—snag suitcases at Nordstrom, Amazon and these other retailers

This luggage is in stock at retailers like Nordstrom and Amazon, and ready to ship right now. Browse brands such as Calpak, Away, Samsonite, and more. → Read More

How to save money on wine, according to a sommelier

Sommelier Elizabeth Schneider, author and podcast host of Wine for Normal People, shares tips on how to save money on wine with gadgets like the VacuVin and Coravin. → Read More

How to file your taxes online for free

You can file your taxes for free online with the IRS Free File program depending on your adjusted gross income. TurboTax, H&R Block, and other companies offer free versions. → Read More

You may want to file your 2020 taxes sooner than later

Maximize your next stimulus check by filing your 2020 taxes as soon as possible. This may include if you earned less income in 2020, if you were married, or you had a child. → Read More

These are the essentials to get your home bar up and running

When it comes to home bar essentials, you need bar tools like a mixing glass, bar spoon, and Boston shaker to sip your favorite cocktails at home. → Read More

Attention, back sleepers: This is the best pillow for restful nights

The Leesa Pillow is supportive and comfortable—beating out others from My Pillow, Purple, and Tempur-Pedic as the best pillow for back sleepers. → Read More

How to read more books without blowing your budget

Wondering how to save money on books? Frequent used book stores, try borrowing books from a local library, host a book swap, or download a free book with an expired copyright. → Read More

23 ways to save money—even if you're bad at it

Here’s how to save money to pay student loans, build an emergency fund, or save for retirement without trimming monthly expenses, including opening a savings account with a higher interest rate. → Read More

The Best Pillows for Back Sleepers of 2020

We tested everything from adjustable pillows, like the Coop Home Goods Original and Purple, to the classic Tempur-pedic, and down alternative Casper to find what's best. → Read More

You can save more on Prime Day 2020 with this credit card in your wallet—find out how

With the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature card, you can score even bigger deals for Amazon Prime Day 2020—get the details. → Read More

How to deal with a complete kitchen renovation

During a kitchen renovation, clear out cabinets to donate items, move small appliances to another room in your house, use a bathroom sink to wash dishes while remodeling, and budget for pre-made meal kits. → Read More

8 eco-friendly products that can help you save money

Sustainable products like LED bulbs, rechargeable batteries, and wool dryer balls can save you money and help the environment. → Read More