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Life Hacks That Save Money Every Time

Life happens, but there’s not always enough money to cover what pops up along the way. That’s why so many people use so-called life hacks to save a few dollars here and there. Based on what you can read in the financial media and from books on the subject, there are probably more than hundreds of popular hacks like the ones below. The five on the following list focus on saving money without risking anything. You don’t need any special skills or knowledge base to take advantage of the methods listed. The good news is that many have already employed these techniques to sock away rather significant sums of money to use for investing, building an emergency fund, or saving for retirement. See which strategies work best for you. Save a Fixed Percentage of All Income Assign a fixed percentage you intend to save out of all income. Many begin at three percent and adjust upward after they get used to the routine of saving. In the old days, financial advisors told their clients to save at least 10 percent of all income in a savings or retirement account. You don’t need to aim that high, and 10 percent is high, but decide on a low percentage and stick to your goal. You’ll be surprised how quickly small sums add up. Refinance Student Loans Refinancing a student loan is a fast way to reap financial benefits. When you use a reputable company like Earnest, you’re able to refinance with ease, get lower interest rates on the new agreement, have more time to pay back the entire education loan, and can enjoy the lower monthly payments as well. Learn About Online Coupons Coupons are a smart, effective way to save a large amount of money on items that you already buy. The beauty of this life hack is that you don’t need to change any of your habits, except for adding shop for coupons to the weekly to-do list. A good way to begin is with your favorite search engine. Use terms related to the specific product or brand you’re interested in, along with any other identifying words for the product. Be sure to include wording like, “coupons for ...” in the search terms. That lets the bots know you’re hunting for coupons, discounts and scan-code offers. Eliminate Unnecessary Expenses If you’re not one to cook at home, you don’t have to go cold turkey, but consider cutting down and opt for more grocery shopping and food prep at home. You might be surprised to see how much you can save with this simple hack. The same goes for eating out, Door Dash, Grub Hub, and simply cooking too much food! A crockpot is a great thing, but if you are cooking for one and then throwing away a large portion that spoils, it’s going to have a negative impact on your financially. Have an Online Auction Sell all your junk at an online auction/sale site. Clean out the garage, attic, basement and check all those empty boxes you have in storage. Photograph and label everything before putting it up for sale to either the highest bidder or first person to cough up the minimum price.
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Life Hacks That Save Money Every Time Life happens, but there’s not always enough money to cover what pops up along the way. That’s why so many people use so-called life hacks to save a few dollars here and there. Based on what you can read in the financial media and from books on the subject, there are probably more than hundreds of popular hacks like the ones below. The five on the following list focus on saving money without risking anything. You don’t need any special skills or knowledge base to take advantage of the methods listed. The good news is that many have already employed these techniques to sock away rather significant sums of money to use for investing, building an emergency fund, or saving for retirement. See which strategies work best for you. Save a Fixed Percentage of All Income Assign a fixed percentage you intend to save out of all income. Many begin at three percent and adjust upward after they get used to the routine of saving. In the old days, financial advisors told their clients to save at least 10 percent of all income in a savings or retirement account. You don’t need to aim that high, and 10 percent is high, but decide on a low percentage and stick to your goal. You’ll be surprised how quickly small sums add up. Refinance Student Loans Refinancing a student loan is a fast way to reap financial benefits. When you use a reputable company like Earnest, you’re able to refinance with ease, get lower interest rates on the new agreement, have more time to pay back the entire education loan, and can enjoy the lower monthly payments as well. Learn About Online Coupons Coupons are a smart, effective way to save a large amount of money on items that you already buy. The beauty of this life hack is that you don’t need to change any of your habits, except for adding shop for coupons to the weekly to-do list. A good way to begin is with your favorite search engine. Use terms related to the specific product or brand you’re interested in, along with any other identifying words for the product. Be sure to include wording like, “coupons for ...” in the search terms. That lets the bots know you’re hunting for coupons, discounts and scan-code offers. Eliminate Unnecessary Expenses If you’re not one to cook at home, you don’t have to go cold turkey, but consider cutting down and opt for more grocery shopping and food prep at home. You might be surprised to see how much you can save with this simple hack. The same goes for eating out, Door Dash, Grub Hub, and simply cooking too much food! A crockpot is a great thing, but if you are cooking for one and then throwing away a large portion that spoils, it’s going to have a negative impact on your financially. Have an Online Auction Sell all your junk at an online auction/sale site. Clean out the garage, attic, basement and check all those empty boxes you have in storage. Photograph and label everything before putting it up for sale to either the highest bidder or first person to cough up the minimum price.
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