One Army family's savings rules

O'Neill, Lora
July 2009
Soldiers;Jul2009, Vol. 64 Issue 7, p36
The article offers tips on saving money for the family and staying within a budget. An annual savings of 1,200 dollars can be achieved without subscription to cable or Internet service. Cooking dinners for several servings and packing up the left-overs for future nights can save money, time, and the temptation to eat out or order takeout. When shopping for grocery items, coupons can be very helpful and can help save about a thousand dollars annually.


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