Living on a Budget: Buying Groceries
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Being smart about your spending can add up over time. Learn how you might cut back on common expenses, like groceries.

If you need extra cash, whether it’s to save for a house or pay down debt, cutting back on an everyday expense, such as groceries, can be a good place to start. Clipping coupons won’t make you a millionaire, but it can get you closer to some of your savings goals. Here are some ways to save by looking at what’s in your grocery cart.

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