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Sites to Help You Save!

BY: Automation | Dec 11, 2018

Here at Groupon Coupons, we’ve decided it’s time for something new. We have come across so many great sites lately that we want to share them all with you! So in the coming weeks we will be gathering lists of our favorite sites that we know you’ll adore, and we’ll be posting those lists here for you all to enjoy. So, here we go! Money Propeller www.moneypropeller.com Money Propeller is written by a group of different authors who all have a lot of real world experience in dealing with debt and other monetary topics. (And some of the authors have fun monikers, like “Femme Frugality” and “Debt Debs”). Having a number of authors from varying backgrounds makes for a great variety of articles to help people from all walks of life with money issues. Getting married? There’s a “Weddings” section under the Lifestyle tab, as well as “Sports,” “Clothing,” “Food,” and “Travel.” One of those things is sure to peak your interest! They also have great articles on saving money in the “Saving” section under the Money tab. One of my favorite articles on Money Propeller is “How to Spend an Obscene Amount on Groceries—Tips from an Expert,” which is a pretty hilarious satirical article about groceries. And the comments section is almost as hilarious as the article itself. If you buy groceries, read this article. It will be sure to give you a good chuckle. BadCredit.org www.badcredit.org BadCredit.org has a collection of hundreds of articles about credit (how to do it right, how not to do it), how-to guides for making extra money and other great topics, and studies on myriad financial situations. In my humble opinion, one of the most interesting pieces of content on BadCredit.org is an article (classified on their site as a Study) called “America’s 20 Most Overindulgent Metropolitan Areas.” They considered four factors: percentage of citizens considered “obese,” percentage of citizens considered “heavy drinkers,” percentage of citizens who smoke every day, and average debt per consumer. I won’t give anything away, but you could be living in one of these areas and not even know it. In fact, I was surprised by some of the cities on the list! Definitely check out BadCredit.org; you just might find something wonderful! Dinks Finance www.dinksfinance.com If you’re looking for a good resource on money that makes you feel like you’re just having an honest chat with a friend, check out Dinks Finance. For those of you who don’t know, a DINK is someone with “dual income no kids.” So if this fits your interests or your demographics, you will definitely find some articles that you can relate to on Dinks Finance! One thing that comes up a lot on the site is how money can affect relationships. There are blog posts about date night ideas, dealing with how your spouse is spending money, and much more. There’s even a whole page dedicated to great links about couples finance! If this sounds like something that could help you out, definitely give Dinks Finance a look.