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1. Free Financial Planning: Mint.com
The cost of a financial planner is typically from $150 to $250 per hour. Mint.com takes your banking information and compiles a financial profile so you can keep track of your spending, saving and more. The site also gives advice on getting a new credit card, negotiating lower interest rates, allocating your investment portfolio and other money matters.
2. Free Music: Pandora.com, Spotify & Last.fm
If you can deal with the occassional commercial, these sites (and an app) allow you to play music based on your personal tastes. Spotify, which is an app that can be downloaded onto your computer and phone, plugs into your Facebook account and lets you see (and hear) what your friends are listening to.
3. Free Tax Help: irs.gov
People with low to moderate incomes ($49,000 and less), military families and folks age 60
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Videos by actual couponers can be great tools for both those new to couponing and those just looking to boost their skills. And let's be honest: couponing can be confusing!
Even if you're a pro, there's a lot to learn from real people who love to save as much as you do. We've compiled several videos explaining a fundamental strategy: how to stack coupons.
If you're already watching (or making!) savings videos, let us know in the comments below.
Kitty from Coupon Divas breaks down stacking at Target, Walgreens and Publix
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Olga from Grocery Coupon Network on where to find store coupons
Sure you know to freeze bread and fruit but are you using your freezer to it's full potential? Expensive ingredients like cheese and fresh herbs do surprisingly well in the freezer-if you've got the know-how. Cut back on frustrating food waste and stop throwing your money in the trash with this list.Read More »from 8 Surprising Foods You Can Freeze
1.Cheese: You can freeze many hard or semi-hard cheeses, such as Cheddar, mozzarella, muenster, provolone, Swiss and Parmesan. They may become crumbly after you thaw them, so plan to use them in cooking rather than to slice or place on sandwiches. Wrap cheese tightly in plastic wrap and place in a freezer bag for up to 4 months. Thaw in the refrigerator and use within a day or two of thawing.
2. Milk: Unless you know you'll use a whole container shortly after thawing, it's best to freeze milk in smaller portions. One-cup or pint-size portions are convenient. Freeze milk in freezer-safe containers or in well-sealed freezer bags - but be sure to include some extra space, as milk expands
Take small steps to revamp your grocery buying habits and cut over $100 from your monthly grocery budget in just four weeks