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How to Save Money on Your Grocery Bill

Reducing grocery bills is a great way to save money and something that many are keen to explore in these recession-driven and cash-strapped times. It’s also a great way to reduce waste and the environmental impact on our households. The average family of four in America is said to waste $1,940 worth of food every...

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Tricking Yourself Into Making Saving Money Fun

With the economic climate still precarious and most families still having to cut their cloth according to a tighter budget, a lot of people are finding that they are having to seriously adjust their spending habits for the first time in their lives. Now that money is tight and credit unavailable, a great many people...

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Slash Home Expenses with Service Bundles

Despite high gas prices and a volatile economy, now is still a good time to be a consumer if you know how to find the best deals. Corporations are merging services and competing to squeeze every last penny from your wallet. That might sound a bit intimidating at first, but it has created a new...

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I’m Dreaming of a Tight Christmas

This year, as the double-dip recession hits us even harder, and someone mentions the C-word… Christmas, you probably feel more like Scrooge than one of Santa’s little helpers, especially when people dare to bring up the subject when the summer months are barely behind us. But when we have the prospect of another thrifty Christmas...

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10 Tips To Save Money While Shopping

10 Tips To Save Money While Shopping

With children having recently returned to school, many of us are officially broke. Shoes, clothes, supplies (why do they need a calculator that costs $100), and other miscellanea have broken more budgets than marriage and divorce combined. That brings me to my topic:  smarter shopping. If you are smart about it, you can save yourself...

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Holiday Budgeting: How to Avoid Last Minute Surprises

Holiday Budgeting: How to Avoid Last Minute Surprises

It’s easy to spend more on holiday than you intended to. We jet off with the best intentions of sticking to a strict daily budget, only to spend a fortune before leaving the airport, returning home to a devastating bank balance. Some might say that it’s all part of the holiday experience and it’s true...