12 Money-Saving Tips For Tough Times


The following money-saving tips are to assist those struggling with economic stress and financial problems get the most value for their money, in order to better control their finances during these tough economic times.

TIP #1: Use mass transit whenever possible. You don't need to drive your car all the way to the office and then pay for parking. If you have a train or other mass transit, drive to a station and park there. Then take the train to wherever you're going. You'll save gas and parking fees, which can really add up!

TIP #2: Discover your public library. Buying books, DVDs and CDs can get expensive. Your local library probably has everything you want -- and you can check them out for free. In some cases, you can borrow iPads and electronic readers from the library, too. Your taxes pay for the library, so why not use it. No point buying a book or CD unless you know you want your own personal copy.

TIP #3: Live it up -- at home! You don't always need to "go somewhere" on vacation. Try getting to know your own local area. Go see what tourists see. You and your family might be surprised at how much fun you can have without leaving town.

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