watch People conflate the dislike of penny pinching lifestyles with dislikes on saving money which couldn’t be further from the truth. No matter where you are on your financial journey, you need to know one thing. That it’s possible for anyone to turn their financial life around.


Finding Money to Save – America Saves
“If you’re looking to get started on saving, check out some easy ways to build your wealth every day. Be sure to check out our other resources to help you build your way towards your financial goals. You could also buy products and gain cashback on them on sites like Ebates. If you don’t know how Ebates works, there are many websites that will help and explain it for you.”


tricor cost comparison worksheet Simple Steps to Save Energy and Money – America Saves
“Saving energy = saving money. It’s as simple as that. The perfect opportunity to assess your energy use and take steps to save both energy and money. Make changes like switching to new light emitting diode bulbs, you can save approximately $1,000 over the next ten years.”


SaveYourRefund Will Help Americans Win Big for Saving at Tax Time – America Saves
“In the 2018 tax season, SaveYourRefund will once again offer tax filers the chance to win cash prizes. In it’s sixth year, the SaveYourRefund provides fun and exciting incentives for Americans to build financial security at tax time.”


Creating a Budget – America Saves
“Do you know exactly where all of your money goes each month? Do you know how much money you have left to spend this month? Are you saving towards an emergency fund each month? If you answered -NO – to any of these it may be time to get your finances in order.”


How To Budget Wisely And Save Money As A Freelancer  – Forbes
“Freelancers have a unique financial situation. They do not have consistent incomes to count on every month. They can expect mountains, hills, and valleys in regard to income. So, the question becomes how to budget for those three events? How to save for the “valley” times and for long-term needs such as kids’ college and retirement.”