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Put Your Budget on a Diet: Saving Money by Living Medium

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Because so many people are living on incomes that cannot support their spending habits; living on borrowed money, moving money from account to account, buying, spending, hiding the bills, and eventually the ‘dog of debt’ will catch up to you and bite you right in your credit report. You can’t allow him to think that he is better than you, has more money than you, and is living larger than you. Spend, spend, spend, even when you don’t have the money. Money Tips

3 Ways To Save Money On The Kids’ Back To School Wardrobe

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Kids grow quickly, and many parents find that they only wear an outfit a few times before they have outgrown it. For this reason, thrift stores are a great place to find gently used children’s clothing. You should also know that many thrift stores do not have changing rooms, so you will have to use your best guess or make your child try things on over his or her clothes. While tax free holidays will help you save a great deal of money, you should be prepared for the crowds.

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Cutting Costs and Buying Used Clothes

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Buying used clothes can be a great way to save money, especially if you have rapidly growing children. It can get very expensive if you have to buy new clothes every six months for a child who is growing rapidly. You can defray some of your clothing costs by shopping for deals at used clothing stores or thrift stores. Even if you do not have any growing children, buying clothing at thrift stores is a great way to cut costs.

How To Haggle For A Bargain

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If you like saving money, haggling for a better price should become a habit for you, a habit that can easily save you thousands of dollars over the next 10 years. Hopefully this advice can help you save some money as well and turn the art of haggling into a habit. To assume otherwise is going to cost you a lot of money over the course of your lifetime. I always use the example of big ticket items like furniture and electronics.

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