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Creative ways to save money and keep more of your hard earned cash in your wallet, along with cashback apps to put cash back in your pocket.


5 Best Alternatives To Cable TV

By GP / Updated September 16, 2019

Cutting the cord, also known as getting rid of cable TV, has become a lot more popular recently.  This increased popularity is great for your wallet as companies compete to offer you better deals than your standard cable TV.  In my house, we’ve been without cable TV for over 6 years now and will share…

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Gabi Insurance Review: Don’t Miss Out on Your Savings

By GP / Updated August 22, 2019

Put Gabi Insurance to Work And Put Cash in Your Pocket Settling on the right insurance company for you can be quite a time consuming and confusing task, especially if you don’t want to fork over all your cash just to be insured. Typically choosing the best insurance plan for you requires a lot of…

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Republic Wireless Review: Why You Should Consider Switching Over

By GP / Updated August 12, 2019

While AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint are the dominant cell phone providers in the United States, Republic Wireless is emerging as a new, cheaper option, and it’s getting more popular every day. Read on to learn what the buzz is all about and whether you should make the jump or not. What’s Republic Wireless? Republic…

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11 Legal Ways to Get Free Internet at Home and in Public

By GP / Updated July 20, 2019

Tired of paying $50 to $75 a month for internet access. Unlimited internet access doesn’t have to cost an arm and a leg. If you do it right, you can even get it for free. It’s legal, it’s easy, and we’re going to show you how to make it happen. When you open an internet…

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Young woman celebrating with cash saved on Amazon purchases

7 Simple Amazon Purchases to Save You Cash

By GP / Updated February 12, 2019

Wait, what? You’re telling me to buy something to stop being broke. Yeah, most of the time that makes absolutely no sense.  You don’t want to spend money on things when you are broke.  But hear me out on this. Sometimes there are things that you should spend a little bit of money on to save…

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Woman Shopping Online Earning Cashback with Ebates

Ebates Review: Extraordinary Cash Back or Epic Scam?

By GP / Updated January 24, 2019

Do you shop online?  Chances are you do, as this recent shopping study says 96% of the U.S. population is shopping online. Now imagine getting paid to buy things that are already on your list? Sounds like a fantasy, doesn’t it? But it’s not. Ebates is an amazing rewards program that gives you cash back…

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Ibotta Review: Cash Back, $10 Sign Up Bonus? Is it Legit?

By GP / Updated January 23, 2019

If you’re anything like me, then you love to save money when doing your household shopping. The good news is there’s a great way of saving on everything from milk, eggs, and bread to toilet paper, soap, and even liquor! What am I talking about? It’s a money-saving app called Ibotta which literally pays you…

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How To: Achieve Your Savings Goals And Live A Richer Life In 10 Minutes

By GP / Updated October 16, 2018

Everyone has dreams they hope to achieve one day.  However, you need to take action to achieve your dreams. Dreams Of A Better Life If your dreams include things like building a more significant savings account balance to fund a better life, those dreams might consist of some of these items: Down payment for a house…

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Top 3 Metrics to Financial Freedom

By GP / Updated September 25, 2018

These are the top 3 metrics you need to track to set yourself on the path to financial freedom. To start your journey towards financial freedom you’ll need to understand where you are at and where you are going.  This used to be a more painful process, but thanks to technology, there are now much…

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4 Painless Tips To Save Over $3,000

By GP / Updated September 25, 2018

We’ve all heard the standard “latte factor” savings that so many experts push to increase your savings rate.  The problem with this approach is it targets something that is a daily indulgence and is painful for folks who enjoy their daily coffee/latte.  If given up, it will be a painful reminder daily when they drive…

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