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101 Practical and Realistic Ways to Save Money

Want to improve your financial situation, live with less stress, and have more money for things that are truly important to you? I think we can all answer “yes” to that. An important step is to spend less and save more.

In a lot cases that’s easier said than done. But fortunately there are many realistic and practical ways that we can save money in our daily lives, starting today. And many of these methods aren’t even painful or difficult, they just require some simple changes.

In this article we’ll look at 101 different ways you can go about saving more money. The money that you save can be used to pay off debt, invest, save for retirement, save for a family vacation, or even given to charity.

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How I Made an Easy $1,315 Last Year

How I Made an Easy $1,315 Last Year

When it comes to saving money or making money, I love easy wins. Things like changing my cell phone carrier and cutting my bill in half, or shopping at a discount grocery store to save significantly each week are some of my favorite ways to save money. I don’t have to do very much at all, and it keeps my expenses down without negatively impacting my life. One of the easiest ways I’ve made or saved money is through credit card rewards. I use a credit card for just about everything. On any given day (including today while I am writing this article) I probably have $0 cash in my wallet.

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How Should I Prioritize My Savings?

We all know we should be spending less money than we make and building up savings, but there are a lot of different types of savings. How do you know what should be a priority?

Saving money is great, but you want to be saving money in a smart way that will help you to reach your financial goals. Saving for the wrong things at the wrong stages of life can have bad consequences. 

Of course, everyone’s financial situation is unique. But in general there is a basic order that you should follow when it comes to prioritizing your savings. Let’s take a look at the typical way you can know how you should be saving your money.

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