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whats the best way to save money
Me and my fiancee have trouble saving change and he loves to spend money but we need to save money for first months rent and deposit for a new place to rent and we got doctor bills etc. I figure if i set money back for all that id get those paid so what way would help me set money back

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Look up Dave Ramsey Finacial Peace.

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so, what you need to do is get your girl on board to save, how well, there was a kid painting a fence it was his chore to do, while the other kids played outside he was stuck painting, he eventually made it appear that painting the fence was fun, so naturally the other kids want to have fun and he had them painting the whole fence in no time.  Also start to use coupons and try to shop the dollar store for most of your items they have some really good brands that are just smaller sizes, also you can scrap metal, look on craigslist for gaurge clean outs for a few bucks, go to the rifle range get brass, tons of stuff once you start you make up your own, good luck

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