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How to save like your grandparents

Rounding it up

  • Want to save money the old-school way? Start by budgeting and sticking to it.

  • It also helps to be prudent about how and where you spend your money, like looking for the best deals or taking advantage of cash back programs.

  • Look for simple, little ways to save because over time, they’ll add up.

  • Finally, make the most of what you have, whether it’s choosing leftovers over takeout or making gifts rather than buying them.

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Brittany Bell
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