Allison Martin

Allison Martin

After spending several years as a governmental accountant, Allison transitioned into the world of freelance writing. Her work has appeared on on a number of reputable sites, including The Wall Street Journal, Investopedia, Daily Finance, MSN Money, and Credit.com. A native Floridian, she graduated from the University of South Florida with a Master's Degree in Accounting in 2008.

Allison also travels around the nation facilitating financial literacy workshops for nonprofits, governmental organizations, colleges, and universities. When she's not writing or speaking at an event, Allison enjoys spending time with her family, mentoring mommy-preneurs and taking extended road trips.

Allison Martin's Most Recent Blog Posts

All the Best Student Discounts and Freebies in 2021

College can be expensive, so it only makes sense to save wherever you can. If you're in school, check out our guide on where to get student deals in 2021.

Why You Should Think About Your Black Friday Campaigns Now

Black Friday is months away, but that doesn't mean you should wait to prepare! Read our guide on why you should start planning your Black Friday campaigns, and get ahead of the advertising game.

Should You Use Walmart Fulfillment Services?

Walmart Fulfillment Services is an emerging program from the nation's largest retailer. But should you use this Walmart fulfillment offering? See how to get started and what the requirements are before jumping in.

10 Trade-In Programs That Pay You for Your Stuff

Do you have a bunch of old electronics sitting around your house collecting dust? Read on to learn about 10 trade-in programs that will pay you for your stuff.

7 Ways to Score Amazon Prime Membership Deals

Amazon Prime typically costs $12.99 a month or $119 a year, but you can get the service for less. Our tips for securing an Amazon Prime membership discount have you covered.

When Is the Best Time to Buy Exercise Equipment?

Want to tone up in 2021? You can score the fitness equipment you need without breaking the bank. Learn about the best time to buy exercise equipment, plus get tips on how to save, so you can stick to that resolution and get in shape.

Every Major Store's Holiday Returns Policy for 2020

As much as we hope everyone will love the presents we give them, that doesn't always happen. Check out our guide to the holiday returns policies at 49 top stores, in case you — or someone you know — need to return gifts.

How to Score the Best Halloween Candy Deals (Plus Other Scary-Good Savings Tips)

Halloween 2020 might look different than previous Halloweens, but you can still celebrate! Check out our list of 10 ways to save on Halloween this year, so you can take advantage of Halloween candy deals, discounts on costumes, and more.

7 Ways You Can Lower Your Heating Bill This Winter

Don't want your wallet to feel the sting of a rising heating bill? With these winter home improvements, you can reduce heating costs and get your HVAC situation under control.

10 Back to School Supplies You Should NOT Buy (With Alternatives)

With so many Back to School items to choose from, it's easy to get overwhelmed and end up overspending. We help you narrow down your choices with our list of items not to buy for Back to School, and their better alternatives.