This Summer We’re Giving $1,500 to a Lucky Winner

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Now that summer is finally here, it’s time to get into your best shape, both physically and financially. Between family vacations, camp for the kids and making improvements around the house, summer can be expensive.

Not to worry. Money Talks News has been offering advice on making more and spending less for more than 28 years. And this year we’re making it even better with a super summer sweepstakes!

It only takes a few seconds to enter, and our Summer Cash Giveaway is open to everyone 18 years of age or older:

Click here to enter

If you’re the contest type, this is a good one — all we need is your name and email address, which we’ll never share. But whether you enter or not, it’s never a bad time to save, especially during the summer when expenses sure do add up fast.

Here are a few ways to help beat the heat and save you a bunch!

Know of any other ways to save in the summer? Share with us in comments below or on our Facebook page.

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