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How to Save Money on Cleaning Products

I don’t know many people who actually like to clean (I’m definitely not one of them), and I really hate spending money to buy the expensive and toxic cleaning products that are on the market.

At one point in time, I even hired a cleaning lady to come into my home to clean up my own dirt. Although it was nice to come home to a clean house without having lifted a finger (except to write the check), I couldn’t justify having her come for too long.

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How to Save Money On Your Cell Phone Bill

These days, almost everyone has a smart phone. If you don’t, you’re considered the odd one out in any social situation. Plus, “dumb” phones don’t always offer the best value these days.

Unfortunately, smart phones come with a high cost. Between the actual price of the phone and the data plans they come with, you could easily be looking at a monthly bill of $100 or more, just for yourself!

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How to Save Money on Your Living Situation (As a Millennial)

Rent is easily one of the biggest monthly expenses any of us will face. Unfortunately, if you’ve just graduated from college or are in an entry-level position in your 20s, it can be a struggle to afford rent on your own.

Don’t worry – there are plenty of ways to save money on your living situation if you’ve been taken aback by rental prices in your area.

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8 Ways to Save Money When You’re Broke

At some point in your life, you will probably be broke. Alas, it comes for us all at one time or another. It could be a big move that wipes out the bank account, or unforeseen medical expenses.

Buying a car, paying down debt, taking car of the car – something can and will come up. I believe that’s a law of the universe. But even when money is tight, you can still save a few bucks here and there.

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