Top 5 Ways To Save BIG Money In 2016

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Do you think it is possible that you could adjust your lifestyle enough to save 50% of what you made?

What if I told you that you could do it and NOT live in a van by the river?

It sounds crazy, impossible, OUTLANDISH – but there people doing this and they aren’t members of the 1%.

Today’s guest, Joe Saul-Sehy from, shares

Top 5 ways to save money

#5: Hide money from yourself
#4: Meal plan
#3: Know your worth and ask for a raise
#2: Earn money on the side
#1: Examine the big expenses and cut-cut-move

Now that you know some ways to save big money in 2016, why not put it to practice?

Joe’s has a course called Save50 that can help you spend less and earn more.

His goal is to get you to save 50% of the your income.

The course launches in January 2016.

Get Early-Bird pricing AND save 10% by using this link

save 50 percent of your income discount

You can find out more about Joe on Twitter, Facebook, and at his website

Also mentioned in this episode:

The Not So Big House Book by Susan Susanka (click here to view on Amazon)

the not so big house book

What are the tax benefits for a home business?

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Andy Magnus, ex-IRS agent and long-time Certified Public Accountant, discusses ways we can make extra money at home AND get tax deductions at the same time.

Habits of the Rich

Self-made millionaires create at least 3 streams of income

Tom Corley, author of Rich Habits, studied wealthy people and poor people.

He found that 76% of the wealthy were self-made millionaires: they came from non-wealthy households (45% from middle-class and 31% from poor households).

The data also showed 65% had at least three streams of income.

You can read more of the itemized data in his article at

By changing our habits, we will change our lives.

Thanks to Tom Corley, author of Rich Habits, for endorsing the reading of this post.

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