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More than 1,000 money-saving tips

Blogger complied the best tips found on the Web.

By Karen Datko Oct 10, 2009 10:33PM

David at My Two Dollars has prepared what has to be the granddaddy of all how-to-save lists. His post is called, appropriately, "The big list: 1,019 different ways to save money."

OK, there is some repetition. (Believe it or not, brown-bagging your lunch for work comes up a number of times.) But David has gathered the best money-saving tips from the personal-finance blogosphere and assembled them in one place. We dare you to come up with one that's not included.

Savings tips are broken down by spending categories, including utilities, cars, food and health care. Among the links:

Here's one that's particularly timely: Lynnae's "50 frugal Christmas ideas" at Being Frugal. We particularly liked her suggestions to visit a nursing home, track Santa on NORAD, and have a family slumber party in the living room.

Published Nov. 10, 2008



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