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Tuesday, March 08, 2005

Jar heads

I used to spend all my change, I used to have to spend all my change because I had so little money. The old piggy bank is a great way to pay off your credit debt a little faster, or add a little to your IRA. Having trouble starting a savings fund? I cashed in my money jar last week to the tune of $68 and change, and the jar was only half full! That's plenty big enough of a sum to throw in to savings. Even if I just did that every couple of months I could accumulate a nice amount, or pay off a debt that much faster.

Bankrate has a great list of 22 ways to build an emergency fund, great easy ways to establish savings with very little effort--

I still think one of the best and easiest ways to 'pay yourself first' is to have an amount automatically deducted from your account each week to a savings account--what you don't see you don't spend. Think you much money you'd have if you followed all of these simple tips.

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