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Day 3 Of 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt : Sacrifice

Click here to read all of the 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt posts. Irony: I want to have enough so that I can send my kids to college, retire, enjoy my old age, and live out my years in relative comfort. I also want a new HDTV, faster computer, newer car, nicer furniture, and steak for supper. If you are going to create change, you must be willing to sacrifice. Plain and simple, habits must be changed and ideas about ‘comfort’ must be adjusted. By reducing (or eliminating) unnecessary expenses, you can free up more cash for savings and debt reduction. (Spend less… save more…) This sounds easy, but when faced with real life…

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Online Sales Circular Allows Users to Find Offline Bargains: Salescircular.com

I’m a big fan of online shopping, but from time to time, I need to make an old fashioned ‘offline’ purchase.  Enter one of my favorite bargain sites: Salescirulcar.com.  Simply click on your state and then on a product category and Salescircular will give you a list of weekly deals from major offline retailers.  While on vacation this summer, I was looking for an inexpensive mp3 player.  I went to Salescircular.com, clicked on Florida, and found a 1gb generic player for 29.99.  I only use this site a few times a year, but I keep it in my bookmarks, just in case.  Check it out.  By the way, this is NOT an affiliate post.  I just really like the site…

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Day 2 Of 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt : Brand Disloyalty

Click here to read all of the 33 Days And 33 Ways To Save Money And Reduce Debt posts. Day 2 :Brand Disloyalty It is extremely easy to become a “creature of habit”. Examine the products / services that you pay for. Are you brand loyal or brand disloyal? Are you basing your purchases on price and value or habit and repetition? Before continuing, it is important to note that there are times when it pays to buy the more expensive version of a particular product. But, for most situations, I have found that “generics rule”. Consider making the switch to to a different version of a product if you can get “more for less”. Being Brand Disloyal doesn’t necessarily…

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