How to save money

Key money-savings tips that will help you budget and save money quickly.

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How to save money

When it comes to saving money, you can break down the process into 2 broad steps:

1. Making your money go further.

This includes things like budgeting, tracking your spending and managing your living costs to build up your savings. On this page we've included 50 money-saving tips to help you save more.

2. Using your existing savings to grow your money.

Once you've started saving money, you can then start growing your savings by putting it somewhere where it generates a return, such as a high interest savings account, ETF or Finder Earn.


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50 money-saving tips

We've got some great tips to help you save money on your groceries and shopping, tips to help you save on your products and services as well as some ways you can make a bit of extra cash on the side. We've broken them down by category:

Tips to save money on food and drinks

Tips to save money when shopping

How to make some extra money

How to save money on products and services

Save money on your finances

Save money on your daily lifestyle

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