Your Money: Your Values

Hi, I’m Saundra Davis, financial coach here at SaverLife. Today, we’re going to talk about your money values. We often don’t think about how our values play in to what we do with our money, but the fact is everything you do with money makes perfect sense if you understand what you believe about money. Our deeply held…

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SaverLife’s Top 5 Tips for Saving Money

We’ve heard so much great feedback from the SaverLife Community on money hacks they use to stretch their dollars and meet their savings goals. Let’s take a look at some of the top money-saving strategies that Savers have shared: 1. Negotiating with Bill Companies “For our medical bills, we got payments reduced by hospital and…

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How to Save Money Every Day

Making simple changes to your spending can be an easy way to help you start saving. Learn how to save money on everyday expenses like groceries, transportation and entertainment. This video will show you easy changes to make so you can start saving. Here are some of the fun ideas suggested in this video: Make…

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Cut Your Expenses with a Savings Scavenger Hunt!

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If you review your spending over the last month, you can almost certainly find ONE monthly expense you can reduce and put the money toward savings instead. Grab a snack, put on some good music, and get your bank and credit card statements from last month (go ahead, we’ll wait)… Okay, scan through the statements…

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Get an A+ on Back-to-School Savings

Get an A+ on Back-to-School Savings

Ready to fill this year’s backpack with all new school supplies? Check out how much the average American spends on back-to-school and get an A+ on your spending by following these easy savings tips from Mint.com!   SaverLifeWhen you join the SaverLife campaign from nonprofit organization EARN, we’ll help you save money with tips, support,…

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5 Things to Keep in Mind When Selecting a Savings Account

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A savings account is one of the simplest bank accounts you can get. Nearly all U.S banks and credit unions offer savings accounts. It’s worth it to shop around because accounts have varying fees, minimum balances, and interest rates. Keep the following things in mind when selecting an account. FDIC Deposit Insurance: You should only bank…

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Are You On Track? Reevaluating Your Financial Priorities

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Crash Course in Financial Flexibility Our lives are complex, and that’s usually a good thing because it keeps life interesting. But when it comes to our money, the more complex our situation, the more challenging it is to manage competing priorities. What’s the Opportunity Cost? We suspect you have more than one thing you want…

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