In an effort to get you re-engaged with their loyalty programs, some retailers are upping the reward ante with tiered options. So, spend more, save more?
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Clotheslines save you money, and there's nothing like the fragrance of laundry dried in the wind and sun. And it's eco-friendly to boot.
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Doling out a monthly clothing stipend will help your teen develop concrete skills with money. Plus you can avoid having to go to the mall with them.
Sure you're trying to get out of debt, but it's the little things you do every day without thinking that conspire to keep you there.
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