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  1. Food is one of the biggest expenses, along with housing and cars, in most people’s budget. If you’re looking for ways to cut back on your budget, your food category should be one thing you look at closely – there’s almost always ways to reduce your spending here. First, eat out less and cook your own food more – this will save tons of money right off the bat. But frugal grocery shopping can be an art – and with a little planning, can also be a lot of fun. Although a grocery store may appear to be simply a place to purchase food and other household necessities, in reality it’s a cutting edge example of “how to sell more than consumers really need

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  2. I think most people would agree that saving money is something “easier said than done”. Personally, I believe it’s a mind-set that needs to be developed by creating good money-saving habits.

    Here are some things I’ve done to help change my spending habits:

    – Cooking more at home  Eating out is very expensive especially if you do it a couple times a week
    – Shopping online  You can find better deals than in the store and you save on gas
    – Paying the full balance on credit cards each month  Interest charge is like giving away free money
    – Don’t forget to pay yourself  Set up an online savings account (they pay higher interest than a normal savings account)
    – Setting a budget and goals  It’s good to have your goals written down so you see them everyday and don’t lose focus on your ultimate objectives

    Again, saving money requires a lot of patience and hard work. However, you’ll thank yourself later on in life. Good luck everyone!! =)

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  3. Very nice tips to save money ! Thanks for sharing

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  4. Very nice tips to save money ! Thanks for sharing

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  5. Good article……will be a good help..

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  6. Good article……will be a good help..

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  7. Thank you for sharing these tips as I found then really useful especially #4, as with the rising costs of fuel it has been getting a little difficult to travel around to the stores that do have the most inexpensive products compared to moderately priced products. I will need to check more online and compare the prices.

    Again thank you.
    CS

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  8. Thank you for sharing these tips as I found then really useful especially #4, as with the rising costs of fuel it has been getting a little difficult to travel around to the stores that do have the most inexpensive products compared to moderately priced products. I will need to check more online and compare the prices.

    Again thank you.
    CS

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