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13 Crucial Money-Saving Charts You Wish You Knew About Sooner

Dolla dolla bills, y'all.

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2. For smart spending, know the perfect times to buy your essentials.

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday are your BFFs for big appliances. For a routine oil change, try to go early in the morning and ask for a deal.

3. Avoid common money mistakes that make you spend without knowing it.

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Another rule: Let your savings earn interest so that your money can make money. And a good interest rate is worth its weight in gold.

4. For a quick way to save $$$, unplug certain appliances.

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Instead of unplugging everything individually, use power strips for all of your energy-draining appliances. Before heading to the office or going on vacation, turn the strip off and you'll save on your next bill.

6. When it comes to groceries, store everything the right way to make sure it lasts as long as possible.

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It's a long list, but this is the ONLY list you'll ever need. Go here, print out a copy, and hang it on the fridge for all to see.

9. Instead of getting a whole new wardrobe, just freshen up your classics:

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You know you have wine and chocolate stains all over your white tees. Get more details about how to actually remove stains here.

13. If you’re traveling abroad, know how tipping works at your destination so you don't overspend.

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Yes, tipping can be seen as offensive in Japan. Keep tipping rules in mind to stay respectful and spend smartly.

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