I have two:
1) Pay your January mortgage payment on December 31 so you can write the interest off on current year taxes.
2) I just signed up for this but seems like a cool concept (I am not affiliated) - groupon.com. You get an email for a restaurant, service, or item, and if a certain number of people sign up for it at a reduced price by a given date, you get a "group rate" instead of paying full price.
What are some of your tips?
Personally nothing beats a Bank RD for me. Compulsory saving each month.
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