Top 5 Ways to Save Money! ~ Financial Series

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Having a hard time coming up with cash to pay for certain items, consider these 5 Ways to Save money now!

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  1. Stop smoking cigarettes! A carton of cigarettes could cost anywhere from $14-$20. If you smoke a carton weekly a month, you could save between $56-$80/month! Think about what you could do with an extra $80/month. How much could you save if There are over 4,000 chemicals in cigarette smoke including rat poison. Consider a smoking cessation program with your insurance company or smoking alternatives {nicotine patches, electronic cigarettes, nicotine gum, nicotine inhaler, nicotine nasal spray, Chantix medication or quit cold turkey}. Visit smokefree.gov and learn more today!

    2. Internet! This is FREE at certain WiFi locations. I have seen them in libraries, restaurants, book stores, etc. Go here and enter your zip code to find a Hotspot location near you.

    3. FREE Exchange of goods at FREE Cycle! No one pays for items but have to pick up the items at your own expense and discretion. Visit them today and check out what is available in your state.

    4. Gym Membership! Find some of your favorite work out exercises on You Tube! I have found many of them and they have been of high quality. You may also consider walking at your local park with a friend. Nowadays, there are game systems like the Wii game console or Xbox 360 where you can a purchase an exercise game. When you think about it, a $36 fitness game can beat the costs of membership monthly fees the year. For example, if you pay $14.99 a month for gym membership this could cost you near $180.00 for the year. That $36 fitness is looking great right. Also, you can find some exercise DVDs at your local Goodwill store for less than $5.

    5. Checking Account! Ever thought of looking for FREE online checking accounts? Try to look for one that also offers online bill pay. Here are some resources:

    – Ally
    – Capital One 360
    -Perk Street Financial
    -USAA Checking
    -Ever Bank

    All of the above checking accounts are FDIC insured.

    Quida,

    P.S. What are some ways you use today to save? Share in the comments below. Your tip just may be helpful to another reader.

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