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Save Money in the Kitchen – 49 Easy Tips

How to Save Money in the Kitchen   Cook once, eat twice. Make it a habit to routinely double recipes. You save on buying your ingredients in bulk and by having dinners at the ready in your freezer. For example, if you are making lasagna, buy the ground beef in bulk and a large ricotta […]

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How to Save Money on Hockey Equipment

Score Some Big Savings on Hockey Equipment   Hockey Stick: $129 Hockey Skates: $399 Hockey Gloves: $89 Playing the greatest sport on earth: Priceless.   Didn’t you love those commercials? I know I certainly did! Unfortunately, it was a credit card commercial, and here at HowToSave.com, we’re not going to encourage you to slap your charge […]

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How to Save Money on Insurance

Save Money on Insurance 24 Tips to save money on insurance Do your homework. Insurance is one area that people tend to put their head in the sand. Don’t do that, it invariably costs you money and may prevent you from getting the proper coverage. Ask family and friends for recommendations; make several phone calls […]

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Grocery Shopping

Grocery Shopping Bring a calculator with you when you shop.  Use it to compare prices, divide weights, calculate coupon savings and even keep a running total going.  Don’t try to do all this in your head. Keep a supply of envelopes in the kitchen with stamps already on them.  When you come home from shopping, […]

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Saving Money When Buying for Kids

Kids and Saving Money Shop consignment.  This is the easiest way to get current fashions for much less.  Yes, the clothes will be “used”, but consignment stores have very tight restrictions.  Only things in nearly like new condition will be put in a shop.  Often times you can find new things with tags still attached.  […]

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How to Stretch Your Food Budget

Stretch Your Food Budget Cook once, eat twice.  Make it a habit to routinely double recipes.  You save on buying your ingredients in bulk and by having dinners at the ready in your freezer.  For example, if you are making lasagna, buy the ground beef in bulk and a large ricotta cheese.  Invest in a […]

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Save Money On Groceries

Save Money On Food & Groceries Food and Grocery Shopping – Food and grocery costs amount to 15% to 20% of most families annual expenses. The average family of four is spending upwards of $150.00 per week or an even $600.00 a month in groceries. The good news is, food is one of the most […]

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Product Recall Listings

There are lots of bargains to be had at garage sales, thrift stores, in classified ads, and maybe at the curb on trash day.  Most of us are not aware of the large number of products recalled for safety hazards, that’s because there’s not much incentive for the media to report them unless they are large enough to be newsworthy.  […]

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Unclaimed Money

There has been a great deal of media coverage about finding unclaimed funds, and understandably so.  The prospect of “found money” is quite appealing. There is no mystery to researching if you are a beneficiary, simply go to www.unclaimed.org, the website of National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators.  There you will have access to a link for each state, and information […]

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