10 Silly and Ineffective Ways to Save Money

1. Making minimum payments on credit card bills

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It may seem like you’re saving money when you make a minimum credit card payment, but you have to consider the interest due on the unpaid balance. Paying off debts takes much longer when you’re paying the minimum while the interest charge is added to the balance each month. It’s better to pay your bills in full and on time.

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