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Tips for Trimming Your Grocery Bill By Up to 50%

In today’s world, so many of us are looking to refine our household budgets. One area that can be tricky for many of us is the food bill. Let’s face it, we are all very busy and the food industry knows it. They have catered to our busy lives, while taking our hard earned money and running with it. If you typically eat out a lot, purchase pre made foods or just head to the grocery store without a meal plan and a grocery list, you are overspending. Let’s take a look at some tips you can use to shave your food bill by up to 50%.
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Ten ways to save money on eyeglasses and contacts

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If you are a glasses or contact lenses wearer, chances are you have dropped $300-500 on routine care and/or a pair of glasses, only to find out later you could get a similar, if not exact package for much, much less. Be smart about your eyes, and save money on glasses, contacts and eyecare. Here's a few ways how...
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Save money on back to school children's clothes

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Kids headed back to school, and you haven't picked up the new clothes they need yet? It's intimidating, right? Getting ready to unload hundreds of dollars at the time you can least afford it.  Try out a few of our tips below to reduce your anxiety and get the outfits your children need at a reasonable price...Read the rest...

Teach Kids how to Manage Money

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As a parent, it is your job to teach your children lifelong lessons and strategies to succeed in the "real world", and schools can only teach so much. Money management is obviously one of the most important components of adulthood, you use money to pay your rent, utilities and other bills. Unless children are taught otherwise, they may just grow up without the skills they need to be successful. Take an active part in your child's upbringing and teach them the value of a dollar. Here is a few ways how...Read the rest...

Ten ways to save money during pregnancy

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Being pregnant is and an exciting time in any couple or family's life, you are blessed enough to have the responsibility of bringing a whole new person into this world. However, the cost of maternity is more than you would guess. Did you know that the average healthy delivery costs between $5000 to $8,000 dollars, and a few thousand more for a more complicated C-section delivery.Between the Lamaze classes, clothing, regular medical check ups and childbirth and labor you may just find yourself in a tight squeeze even before baby is born. Learn how to cut a few corners and save money during your pregnancy with our list of the top ten tips for saving money during pregnancy.  Read the rest...

Dorm Life - Cheap College Living Tips

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Few things are as a great as an investment as a college education, with it, you'll equip yourself with the skills and knowledge for a successful career, and guard yourself against future financial difficulties. That said, it sure is hard to stay within budget while attending college. We understand, and have put together a list of a few tips and tricks to save you money during your college years. Read the rest...

Have a Fun and Frugal 4th of July

If you haven't noticed yet, we here at SavingTools sure love celebrating holidays, and the closest one on the calendar is the fourth of July! The good thing is that during this holiday, its super easy to have a great time and not spend a ton of money. The most important things are fun, friends, family and pride! Browse our list of tips and tricks and have a grand time this year while staying within your tight budget. Read the rest...

Nine ways to save money on toys

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No doubt about it, kids love toys and everything about them. However, with the growing prices and all the brand new toys that come out seasonally, keeping up can be expensive. You can afford to cut back on toy expenses without losing any of the fun of playing. We put together an extensive list of the top nine ways to save money on toys and games, no matter how many fads there are. Read the rest...

27 ways to save money on babies

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Ask anybody that has had a baby, it is not cheap. Adding up all the costs is enough to make some people think twice before having a child, or if you already have them...stress out about it further! An uneventful delivery alone, not including prenatal care and follow up, can cost $5,000-$10,000!Read the rest...

Part time jobs for teenagers and students

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In the United States, teenagers are legally allowed to start work at sixteen years of age. And in some cases, like hardship situations, teenagers can begin working at age 15. Working students and teens generally start their shifts after school, and on the weekends. Some students choose to only get "summer jobs", and focus their attention on academics during the school year. Either way, part-time employment for teens can be fulfilling, fun and a great hands-on learning experience.Read the rest...