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- March 25, 2008 at 10:40 pm #256921
Pay your self first-this means putting 10%of the money you bring home into
savings. If you can’t do this have your job take it out before you get it
and put it into savings.Is there a credit union at your job? Credit unions
are great to get established with -they have savings accouns,Christmas
acounts,loans for homes etc.,loan for cars,usually at a lower interest
Then pay your debts. Pay your charge off each month.
Cook from scratch. Search at Goodwill on the last week end of the month for
your clothes. You will be surprised at what they have for work and church
Wash clothes only when you have a full load. Hang in the house or outside to
Each grocery shop use coupons,shop only the outside of the store isles,
buy loss leaders, buy on sale, buy one thing extra to start filling a
pantry, plan your trips to save on gas-stop for items on you way to and from
ask youself “is this purchase a need or a want?”
from: “margaret graves” <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2008 8:09 PM
Subject: Re: Budget101.com : new to this group….and searching for answers
> It has been a lot of years since I was in your stage
> but I can tell you to eliminate all extras. Lunches
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