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By Rasheed Hassan, Illinois High School Student
I save my money. That’s the type of person I am. I’m not the type of person who takes the money that I’ve saved and spends it on pointless things that won’t matter to me in the long run. Chips (you just eat them), shoes (you grow out of them), clothes (you grow out of them, too) - these are all things that I don’t spend my money on. But, if I really want something, then I’m going to save for it using some skills I learned when I began saving for a video game.
Today’s challenge is to find $100 to save. We all want to save money. It’s the “how” that causes some confusion. Below are a few ways you might be able to save $100 to put towards high cost debt, an emergency fund, or retirement. So take some time out your schedule today to find $100 to save – it’s worth it. Tell us where you found $100 to save!
Here are five ways that you can save $100 or more in 2011: