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Save $5,000 in a year to buy a home! Find your home online at www.reshawnaleave... or with my mobile app - app.kw.com/KW2EC0MVD #firsthome, #realestate

I heard one lady did this...never spent a $5.00 bill but saved it instead. It two years she had nearly $12,000! Need to start this today!

Help motivate your friends and family to save money this year by making these personalized savings jars for them!

The Five-Dollar Savings Plan! Basically, every time you have a $5 bill, you save it, and then you buy yourself something at the end of the year! I'm going to try this for my trip saving fund

Wish Bottle -- this is pretty and "inspiring". What if next birthday, a petition paper were placed inside a pretty corked bottle, decorated and prepared with a few drops of appropriate oils and herbs, etc. Then when making a wish, and blowing out the candles some of the lingering smoke could captured and corked into the bottle. It could be kept until the wish either comes true or shifts into a different wish. This same concept could work anytime, not just a birthday.

These six ways to save more money will help you save more than you usually save. Start using them today to max out your savings plan!

$5 Savings Plan: Whenever a $5 bill comes into your possession save it and put it away. Once or twice a year cash it in to a savings account.

My hubby and i started doing this with one dollar bills when we got married-- after about a year, i [just me] had several hundred dollars and got to enjoy a great birthday vacation and still have lots left over :) Great Idea To Save Money

The $5 Savings Plan - One woman saved $12,000 in 2 years by saving all the $5 bills she came across.

DIY: The Five-Dollar Savings Plan - it's a way to save $ & to encourage you to use cash instead of credit/debit cards.

Ticket Memory Jar...great idea. I have ticket stubs all over the place, stuffed in drawers, coat pockets, my wallet. I just can't throw them away! This is genius..just find a jar and throw them in. Love IT!