Today, I've gathered 15+ bloggers that are experts in the finance niche.
Whether you're trying to save money and build an emergency fund, start a travel savings fund, or pay off your student debt, you're going to want to read every single one of these helpful money-saving tips from the pros.
Saving money is incredibly easy once you know how to do it!
Not only that, saving money can help you:
- pay off your house or car
- pay off student loans
- pay off credit cards and use credit cards as a way to make money by using points
Paying off those debts can help you:
- build an emergency fund
- save for a dream vacation
- save for a desired life, such as RV life, sailboat life, or living abroad
If you don't already have an emergency fund, start immediately. If you want to travel more, save money.
So many problems can be solved by saving money, which is why I love talking about money so often!
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Below are 15+ money-saving tips from the pros.
What is your best money-saving tip?
1. Find ways to make extra money
My best money saving tip is to find ways to make extra money. Then, either save as much of the extra money you are making, throw it towards your debt, put it towards some sort of financial goal that you have, and so on. And, before you tell me that you have no time – the average person watches around 35 hours of TV a week! Michelle Schroeder – Making Sense of Cents
2. Share expenses
3. Be patient
5. Live below your means
So many people try to save money while also driving a new car or paying high rent or mortgage. I think it's important to try to live with less and lower your overall cost of living. Maybe live with a roommate for a while, downsize to a smaller place, get rid of your car if you can. Then, when you're ahead, slowly reintroduce these things back at a level you can comfortable afford. Kristin Hanes – The Wayward Home
6. Pay yourself first
I automatically have money taken out of my paycheck and deposited to my savings account and then whatever is leftover is what I have to live on. I've saved a lot of money this way. Cara Palmer – Cara Palmer
8. Strong budget
10. Free entertainment
11. Cash back apps
Make sure to always use cash back apps whenever possible. My go-to app to save money is Ibotta. Ibotta lets you get cash back on hundreds of items, including groceries. You get $10 in your account when you sign up here Always pay in cash, and cut up your credit cards! Melissa – This Blended Home of Mine
12. Use what you have
13. Combine coupons
Combine a sales price with a coupon for the absolute lowest prices at the grocery store. You don't have to be extreme to save a lot of money. Even if you don't think you'll use coupons you can always use them for household items like toilet paper. I haven't paid for toothpaste for over 5 years because it's frequently free with coupons! Cameron Tanner – Savvy Savers Academy
15. Bring lunch
You work 22 days per month and if you can save a little every day, it will make a huge difference. After I switched from eating at my company's canteen to bringing my own food, I saved around 5$ per day. That is $110 a month. And not only that, when we cook it’s not only for me but for my wife as well, so it’s a total of $220. Plus, we eat more healthy and the type of food we like. Francisco Anes – Passive Income Wise
16. Schedule payments
17. Track money
Create a budget to know where your money is being spent. Cut out the fat and save the rest. Live well below your means.Kelan & Brittany Kline – The Savvy Couple
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