Unless you’re one of the people on this list, you probably spend at least some portion of your day thinking about how much everything in life costs and how to save some money here and there.
We recently spoke to Sean Cooper, author of Burn Your Mortgage, about the different ways individuals and families can cut back on spending. Whether it’s simple things like brown-bagging your lunch, or more complex decisions like where to turn when looking for a mortgage, there’s no shortage of ways to save.
Some people follow the latte rule: never buying fancy coffee but instead making it at home and taking it with you on the road. Others only drive pre-owned cars. Some only shop at thrift stores. And there are some people who meticulously clip coupons and only buy things on sale.
So we want to know, what’s your best advice for someone who’s looking to spend a little less and save a little more? What’s that one thing you do that others may have never thought of? Let us know in the comments below.