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 StackingBenjamins.com, 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 http://SteveStewart.me/save50

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

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 http://richhabits.net/how-many-income-balls-do-you-have-in-the-air/

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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