Category: Saving and budgeting

How to Save yourself $10,840.50 on Your Next Starbucks Visit

How to Save $10,000 or More on Your Next Starbucks Visit

If you don’t already know this simple hack then you could be paying more than you need to for your Starbucks visits and get free internet anywhere in the world there are starbucks locations. It’s a simple fact that all of us have cravings and short comings, but it needn’t put a financial dent in…
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Millennial finance Advice: Should I Move Out of My Parents House?

I got asked the question the other day on Quora “Should I move out of my parents house? or stay at home and save money?” I answered this on quora but I thought that it deserves a video because this is on the tip of everyone’s mind lately. Only in “Western” countries do we find…
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How To Save Money On Your Next Car Buying Experience

A lot of people ask me how I paid off $33,555 of debt in less than 3 years and what I could make the biggest difference for them in terms of their bottom line. Knowing how to buy a decent used car and save money on what you should be saving money on is one…
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Why Apple Refurbished May Be A Good Option

Why do People Even Consider Apple Refurbished Macs? If you want to buy directly from Apple, but don’t want to pay full retail, then I suggest you consider an Apple Certified Refurbished Computer. when I say this to people they usually think either (a) I love it or (b) eww really? I would never buy that…
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6 Ways You Can Drastically Decrease Your Food Costs And Double Your Savings

If you are still struggling to pay your rent, or to build your savings up to $1000 dollars in your emergency fund, then you know, every little bit helps. I personally know folks that spend over $500 a week on groceries and more than that on eating out. When you’re making 6 figures a year…
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