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  • Valorie Johnson

    I heard one lady did this...never spent a $5.00 bill but saved it instead. In two years she had nearly $12,000! GREAT WAY TO SAVE FOR A WEDDING, A TRIP OR A CAR!

  • Candace Griffin

    $5 Savings Plan... it's a very good idea. Cards make spending money way too easy!

  • Louise

    The $5 Savings Plan - Hmm or maybe $1 savings plan?? Need to save for the beach!! :)

  • Debra Devita

    $5 savings plan. I think I will try this. My New Year's resolution was to use cash, not my debit card, so this could work for me. I think I have a $5 in my pocketbook now- let me get a jar! :)

  • Julie McGinn

    Here's how the $5 Savings Plan works: Whenever a $5 bill comes into your possession, you save it in a special jar or envelope. Over time, they will add up. The more you incorporate using cash into your spending habits, the more you will save (if you're a credit card user, you won't save as much)... genius

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