Most people are preparing to spend this weekend celebrating Easter or Passover. But if you’re not the religious type, let me inform you about a fun little holiday today called New Beer’s Eve.
On April 7, 1933, as the Prohibition was winding down, Americans were finally able to legally buy beer again. On the eve of April 6, according to CNN, people danced in the streets and lined outside brewery doors “in anticipation of the return of legal beer that actually had some alcohol in it.”
Whatever holiday you choose to celebrate this weekend, cheers! And be sure to read on for my roundup of my 10 favorite personal finance blog posts from the past week.
Gas card giveaways, raffles and promotions are all the rage, but use those cards quickly.