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    • yying0203
    • By yying0203 26th Sep 17, 3:31 AM
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    My own money saving tips...
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    • 26th Sep 17, 3:31 AM
    My own money saving tips... 26th Sep 17 at 3:31 AM
    As a college student, if I want to have a trip, I need to learn how to save my money...
    Everyone who work hard every day for the living and feed the family, the wages are only in the hands for a little moment, then it gently and quietly go away, where the money is? Supermarket, hospital and school. There are really too many places to use money but if you do not want to live with difficult, then please look at how to save money in your daily lives.
    First, only buy the inexpensive items that your are really needed, not just cheap things.
    Second, only buy the most suitable for your own, do not buy the most expensive.
    Third, change waste material into things of value
    Fourth, plan to save, to force your own monthly deposit money.
    Fifth, donít frequently go to a buffet or restaurants.
    Finally, in order to travel conveniently, buy a bus card.
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