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Tips for saving money!

Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by pistol valy, Jun 30, 2017.

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  1. pistol valy

    pistol valy Founder Member

    Hello my friends, I want to share with you some tips on how to save money.
    You can save money by renting a room if you own an empty room, you can walk your neighbor's dogs, you can sell your older books or art collection, if you have stamps or rare coins you can sell them for good money, you can babysitting, try to earn online as a freelancer, writing or create graphics or logo.
    Using only a few from the options I gave you here, you can save some extra money for black days!
     
  2. David

    David Gold Member

    The best way I've often loved to save my money is through Investing. It's the only option that has always guaranteed me a higher payback/withdrawal. I've been doing this for a year now through 2sites which are Traffic Moonson and My Paying Ads. You earn through their revenue shares. So, the more you buy/invest in there ad-packs, the more you earn as days go by..
    In Kenya, I've found out about social groups known as Chamas that one can register in to be a member. Whereby the chama opens an account for you, then you're recommended to save some cash which lets you get a loan double/often more of what you saved. They also offer a annual gift some of money, from a raised money from the members ''sort of a merry-go-round'' scheme. These is such an amazing life support hustle
     
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  3. Cyberdg

    Cyberdg Founder Member

    Those are indeed good tips to save a little bit of extra cash. Some other options could included streaming, getting a good ghostwriter, advertising and much more.
     
  4. Vyck

    Vyck Founder Member

    This is interesting. I guess it depends on the amount you invest. The more you invest, the more you earn right? I'll look into this a little bit more because I'm very interested in investing.

    As for myself, I save money by walking or pedaling to places instead of taking public transportation or spending gas money. I also try to keep a record of everything I spend money on. By the end of the month, I can see if I made any expenses that I could've avoided and try to implement changes for the following months. Sometimes we spend money without even noticing
     

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