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Painless Ways to Cut Vacation Spending

Vacations are another way you can save money. Below are a few tips to help you save on your next vacation. Learn the exchange rate – This seems like common sense, but knowing the exchange rate will permit you knowing when you’re paying too much or at least more than you want to be spending. Make a budget – By setting yourself a boundary on what you can spend each day, you’ll start to subconsciously limit yourself. Make it a game – If you’re traveling with someone […]

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Frugal Gift Baskets

Holidays and birthdays come around whether you are living a frugally or not. You don’t have to break your budget in order to give a gift that will not only be loved by its recipient, but also used often. Gift boxes or baskets make wonderful, thoughtful gifts for everyone and are only limited by your imagination. Once you start making these up, you’ll wonder why you didn’t think of it sooner. They are fun to make and give, can be worked into nearly every budget and can […]

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Your Food Budget Is The Most Flexible Area Of Your Household Budget

Your food budget is the most flexible area of your household budget. Grocery savings will free up a significant amount of money if you need to balance the budget, or fund your savings accounts. Eliminate eating out! Period! – O.K. if you’re family is screaming mad at you then take them out at least once a month. Make it an occasion. Your family will appreciate a dinner out much more when it’s not such a regular event. Consider it “quality time out”. And, remember to look for […]

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