For the first time in decades, American shoppers are having to deal with inflation — the widespread, general rise in prices for goods and services. Since you’re reading this post on a site called Living on the Cheap, you’re probably looking for ways to stretch your dollars to cover some of that increase.
Inflation or no inflation, Living on the Cheap has been helping people live more frugally for years. Remember: It’s about thriving, not just surviving. By using the following tips, you can still save money for a big purchase or enjoy the everyday splurges that are meaningful to you without going into credit card debt.
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