Let's be real: money worries are a reality for most people, no matter your relationship status. For couples, these worries might stem from any number of things — one person supporting the other through a tough patch financially, for instance. Hell, some things might be more expensive for couples; splitting finances is a tricky business and if you choose to do it equally, you might find yourself out of pocket when it comes to maintaining the other person's rubbish car or lack of budgeting prowess.
But let's also admit something else — there are many situations where single people find themselves at a disadvantage economically. Take paying rent, for instance. Coughing up $550 a week for a one-bedroom apartment is a lot more palatable if there are two people to shoulder the burden.
So we reached out to the single ladies to get a few tips on how to avoid spending more.