To help you save a little money, I've put together a list of freebies, samples, special deals, and free information. Take some time and check them out.
Coupons.com - Visit the premier site to get free grocery coupons, find restaurant deals, and more. They offer hundreds of coupons that you can print right from your computer and if you sign up for their SuperSavers newsletter, you'll receive coupons and alerts by email. They also have a section where you can find coupon codes to use for your online purchases. Overall, this is a great site to get the best coupons and deals so you can save the most money at the grocery store and other places.
MySavings.com – You'll be able to find products easily on this well-laid out site, with everything from food, health and beauty items, baby stuff, pet supplies and more. The site is updated on a daily basis and you can also sign up to receive their newsletter so you won’t miss the latest updates. Since you’ll be directed to individual company websites to sign up for the samples, it’s a good idea to keep a separate e-mail account just for these offers. There is also the opportunity to receive free products when you join the Home Tester Club. It’s worth checking out.
Freebies 4 Mom - I don't have the time to track down all the best free offers and keep up with them on a daily basis since my main focus is on the legal and emotional issues of divorce. But, I've found a site that does and it offers all the latest news, coupons, and deals that are available online.
Free Credit Score - You've probably seen lots of ads for free credit scores, but when you read the fine print your find out that it's not really free. Many of these offers require you to sign up for a credit monitoring service, which then charges you a monthly free. Credit Karma is different. You can get your free credit score without ever having to give them your credit card. What's even better is that they offer tools to help you get your credit under control, such as a credit score simulator that lets you see how different actions will affect your credit score. It's worth checking out Credit Karma.
Free Budgeting software from Mint.com - Here's an online money management tool that makes it easy to build a budget, and you can access it from anywhere either using your computer or mobile device with their free mobile apps. The program will alert you when you're bills are due, suggest ways to pay down your debts, view graphs of your expenditure so you can really see where you need to adjust, and more. Since it's an Inuit product, you know that it can be trusted with your personal information. Best of all… It's free to use Mint to manage your budget.
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