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Coupons are sold in lots to allow couponers to stock up on the best deals.
While coupons are great to save money, it does not make sense to spend on coupons in order to save. Coupons vary greatly by geographic location and store, and may not apply to your geographic area. Instead of buying coupons, get the Sunday paper for better ads, download an app or keep a coupon binder to stash extras.
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Your parents were in their prime in a very different social and economic climate. What was good for them may no longer be true.
Purchasing less expensive items could also mean buying lesser quality, meaning you will have to buy the same article more often.
It makes sense to stock up on non-perishable items such as soap and canned goods.
Consumers need to protect themselves when dealing with banks. Don't let the bank make financial decisions for you.
Leaving money in your checking account might make you spend more than you planned, simply because the money is available. The money in your checking is also not earning any return.
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