This week’s personal finance articles highlight tips and ways to save when it comes to the changing of seasons and all the expensive items that come with it.

Here’s what you need to know this week:

  • August may be the best month to stock up on pricey items like TVs and laptops as they hit their lowest price points of the year. Daily Finance details eight things to buy in August to keep you ahead of the game while keeping a few extra bucks in your pocket.
  • With weather slowly starting to change, it’s time to start thinking about upgrading your wardrobe. Thanks to U.S. News, it’s easy to stay within your clothing budget by following eight simple ways to save money on clothes in any season. Shopping at a local thrift store is also a great way to expand your wardrobe while staying within your established budget, and you never know what gems you may find.
  • Is the $55 Costco membership fee really worth it every year? Actually, it is. And if you’re debating to renew or not then you might want to read how shopping at Costco does pay off. Today Money reports Costco members pay close to 25 percent less on their overall shopping lists compared to other retailers.

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