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Here are some Money Saving Techniques

Great Ways to Beat the Recession - Learn how to Save Money

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Top 20 Money Saving Tips in 2009

Thu, 23 Jul 2009 19:17:00 +0000

1. Start and vegetable garden and plant your favorites. Some easy vegetables to grow are tomatoes, bell peppers, cucumbers, carrots, and spinach. 2. Buy all your household items and groceries in generic. You will save a lot more money without giving up much. Most of the time generics is just as good as the brand names. 3. Get a library card, and get books, movies, music and magazines for free. You also get free access to the internet and a nice quiet place to read. 4. Change all of your incandescent bulbs to LED or CFL bulbs, they last longer and will save you over time. 5. Cancel your home phone service and use your cell phone, or get a cheaper VIOP phone service. 6. Refinance you mortgage. If it is possible to reduce your interest rate by one percent or more, use a refinance calculator to determine if refinancing will save you money over time. 7. Plan your meals according your weekly grocery circular. Doing this saves time and money and you don't have to worry about what to cook. 8. Drive your car for as long as you can. Once you paid off your car, you can start banking that extra money. 9. For cheap movie rentals find a Redbox vending machine near you. Their movie rentals are only 1 dollar a night. 10. Save money by not reducing your paper towel use. Use cloth napkins or wash cloths instead. 11. Shop at the dollar stores. They have most of the household items and some groceries you need for cheaper. 12. Make your own household cleaning products and laundry detergent. You can find simple recipes online. 13. Bring your leftovers to work for lunch. 14. Instead of spending money eating out and other entertainment, invite your family and friends over for game night, cookout, or potluck 15. Reduce your internet speed, and stop overpaying for the faster service. 16. Save money from bundling your &#[...]

Money Saving Tips Maximize Savings on Everyday Items

Thu, 23 Jul 2009 19:16:00 +0000

Frugal living is more than a lifestyle. It's a passion.Call Me Crazy! I love It!Why, who wouldn't love getting paid to buy products that they use everyday?I purchase an item that has a rebate offer (either a store or manufacturer rebate) while it is on sale and use a coupon during purchase. That's it!Using this formula I almost always come out ahead. When all is done, I've gotten back more than I actually paid for the item. Even when I do have to pay for the items like deodorant, shampoo, soap, toothpaste, and toothbrushes it's about 50 cents for a item that would cost up to $2 -$4 originally.Am I the only one out there that gets excited about this?I doubt it! At least I hope not. That would make me "Crazy", wouldn't it? But a lot of folks just don't know how to combine money saving measures to maximize savings.My local drugstore (which by the way is a national chain) often advertises items free after rebate. Hey, that cuts down on a lot of work for me. Easy Money! I e an also lucky enough to have a grocery store in my area that offers rebates and offers double coupons (sometimes even doubling $1 coupons as a special promotion). Needless to say, with six mouths to feed (myself, my husband, and four kids) I'm lovin' that idea! I'm always looking for new ways to save money. Visit us and follow one of the e-mail links to share your ideas or just let us know how excited you get about frugal living! Let me know I'm not the only one. Then we can put my family's worries to rest. They think I'm really crazy.Here are a couple other ways that I save on items we use everyday: 1. Always use items that are reusable rather than throw awayFor example: Reu[...]