Spendful Helps you Budget


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We all need a way to manage our money and the web app Spendful can do this for you, helping you manage your money VIA its Web App, for more check out the service Spendful.

Cutting Little Habits can Save Big Bucks, Find out How much with Latte Factor Calculator


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When you add up how much a cup of Latte cost from Starbucks, times that by everyday of the week on average you purchase the beverage, and you can find yourself spending up into the hundreds of dollars on something you thought really cost very little, but to actually find out the dollar amount can be a bit trick, and to that end you can use the Latte Factor Calculator to figure out how much that habit cost you and how much you can save if you cut it down a bit, for more check out the Latte Factor Calculator.

GrndCtrl Keeps track of your Saving, Tells you When your Done


If your saving for something and you need to get to a specific dollar amount but don’t want to check out money every night then you might want to employ the program GrndCtrl to keep track of your funds and lets you know when you have achieved your goal for more check out GrndCtrl.

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Saving 1% more can Make a Big Difference


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Depending on what your ratio is of what you spend to what you save, adding one percent to your saving in the long run can have a big impact on your saving when your older, check out this article that has more details on how this all works, HERE.

Another Way To Save Money


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Perhaps you have tried many different ways to save money but you always end up having issues at the end of the day, perhaps you need a new technique like, perhaps viewing your money as if it were time, sounds odd, but check out this article that explains how this could save you money, HERE.

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