Ways to Save $,Part 2

Here are a few other ways to save some money:

* Buy pills and split them. Ask your doctor if it is cheaper to get half the amount of double strength medication than normal strength. Then split each pill into two doses with a $5 device.

*Buy refilled ink cartridges. In many cases you pay $20 for a refilled version versus $80 for a new one.

*Vacation in a dorm room. Colleges overseas rent summer dorm rooms. Savings can be substantial. Go to: Universityrooms.com

*Take a defensive driving course. Many auto insurers will drop 10% off your annual premium. Call them before attending class to see if it is worthwhile.

*Market old Electronics. Once popular items have become collectables. See EBAY for prices. A first generation IPOD was selling for $150.

*Raise your deductible . If you raise your homeowner policy from $500 to $1000 you could save 25%. The rule is a payback in 8 years. So, if you increase deductible by $500 the premium savings needs to be at least $60 per year.

Hope this helps. Remember any money saved is not spent. Invest it for your future!

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