Whether your student loans are eating you alive or your salary isn't quite what you deserve, feeling like you ever have enough money seems like a dream for most people. However, some little tricks can help you hold on to a dollar here and there — and before you know it, you can revoke your membership to the Broke Girls' Club. Ahead, we’re sharing eight ways to sneakily save money — and not feel like a loner while doing so.
To help dig you out of the broke hole, we looked to finance guru Kelly P. Hernandez, the founder and CEO of FinanceChic.com, a personal-finance site for women. A follow-up to another of Hernandez's stories, the Lazy Girl's Guide to Saving Money, this collection of tips and tricks is specifically tailored to gals whose nest eggs are more quail-sized than ostrich-level. Read on, and save big.
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