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Everyone could use some more cash these days. In this blog, you'll find tips and strategies on the best ways to save money, increase your earnings, make smarter investments, minimize your taxes, and more. Flag as Inappropriate

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Dave Gross January 21, 2013 at 06:54 pm
great idea for investments! it's also awesome because you don't pay any taxes on those earningsRead More EVEN when you take money out when you're old! that's one advantage it has over a Traditional IRA, where you pay taxes when you take the money out when you're old. (worth keeping in mind when you're planning your taxes: 1- you can make 2012 contributions until tax day in April; and 2- you get a tax break for putting money into a Traditional IRA, but not for a Roth IRA.)
Dave Gross January 14, 2013 at 04:06 pm
Want a $1,800 raise?? Another good tip is bringing your lunch to work! If you work in or aroundRead More New York City, you're probably spending around $10 per day, $50 per week, for a nice sandwich and a bottle of water/soda. If you buy a pound of cold cuts on Sunday ($8.00), half a pound of cheese ($3.00), a loaf of bread ($3.00) and you have some condiments on hand at home (I love honey mustard), that's about $14.00 per week. Ditch the bottled water for a solo cup and water from your office water cooler, and you'll save $36.00 per week, or $1,800 a year (50 week work year)!
Wes Leviton January 14, 2013 at 04:33 pm
Try calling your cable company and renegotiating your cable bill. You can easily save $20 a month orRead More more. Be persistent but pleasant if you meet resistance. If they won't budge, tell them your considering moving to another provider.
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