Everybody wants more money in their pocket. Use these helpful tips to make that change jingle. You do not need a degree in economics to figure money out. You just need the desire to make it a priority and then it will happen.
America Saves Week may be over, but Cleveland banks and credit unions can help you set up a savings plan. Newsletters, savings messages, videos, personal success stories and more are available to help you learn the tricks to saving money. No matter how much money you earn, you can build wealth.
Get Rid of Unwanted Junk Mail Now – Part of being a successful saver is getting rid of temptation. You know those catalogs that make you want all sorts of stuff. If you don’t get them in the mail, then you don’t read them, and then you don’t want the goodies inside them. Another part of money management is good organization. Getting rid of unwanted mail is a sure time saver.
Have you tried Restaurant.com? – The recession has caused people to skip going out to dinner. If you use this service you can save at least 1/2 off your meal. This is great for families and everyone who wants to save money.
Download movies and videos for FREE! – Did you know that you can download videos FREE from the Cuyahoga County Library’s website? Movies, travel, documentary, kids and more quality programming are available for you to watch anytime.
How to fix your own appliances now – What is that noise coming from the refrigerator? Instead of calling a repairman, save some money and try to fix it yourself. Manuals included.
If I gave you $50.00 would you buy paper towels? – Seriously, come here. I’m going to give you $50.00. Really. Then you are going to take the money and CHOOSE to buy paper towels at the nearest Cleveland discount store. What? No thanks, you say. You want to just keep the $50.00. Okay. Fine. No more paper towels for 1 whole year. Can you do it? A look at wants versus needs.
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