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Does your employer have a 401K or 403(b) retirement savings plan with a company match? If so, read on to find about the FREE money you may be missing. Read the rest of this entry »
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See the following article for a list of companies that will take your used electronics, furniture, books and other products and give you cash, store credit or gift cards in return. Put your savings in your savings account. http://money.cnn.com/2011/02/25/pf/trade_in_programs/index.htm
If you have a car lease you can no longer afford or you’re just looking for away to lower your car costs, think about transferring the car and the lease obligation to someone else or swapping your car and lease for someone who has a car with a lease that is not as expensive as yours. Leasetrader is a website where you can put together one of these deals and do most of the work online. But, note, there are costs involved so you will need to compare what you’re going to save with what it will cost you and walk away if a transfer will put you deeper in the hole. If you are able to make a good trade, put what you saved in your savings account on a monthly basis. http://www.leasetrader.com.