DebtReviews.com Blog Category: Save & Earn Money

Our guides to saving and earning money can help you to do just that, because the fastest way to get out of debt is to pay that debt off and there are multiple ways you can do this.

The bad news is that it can’t be done with the wave of a magic wand and there are also no easy “make money from home schemes”, contrary to what those banner ads keep telling you. But the good news is that it is possible to earn a little more money on the side and in this section of the DebtReviews website we will discuss those ways.

This section is also devoted to helping you sell your stuff, before using that money to go towards paying off your debt. There are many apps, websites and marketplaces out there that let you sell your stuff and we have reviewed the very best of them while also providing you with the best alternatives should you need them.

Reduce Your Cell Phone Bill

Americans spend a fortune on their phones. They pay hundreds of dollars every year to get the latest models and then they fork out cash to cover phone bills, which take into account everything from data charges to texts and actual phone calls. They are essential in this day and age, but they are also […]

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Reduce Your TV Bill

In a recent infographic we outlined the surprising fact that Americans spend a lot of money on subscriptions and that a large chunk of this comes from media subscriptions such as TV and film packages. These things don’t seem to cost a lot on the surface, but when you have several of them taking money […]

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Hugely Popular Collectibles

As we have discussed many times before here on DebtReviews, one of the best ways to save money and pay off your debts quicker is to sell the things you don’t need and don’t use. It can be hard to let go, but if the alternative is to sink further into debt and have your […]

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Americans Lose Millions of Dollars

We have spent a lot of time advising families on how to spend less and save more. We have covered extensive reviews of debt management companies, debt settlement companies, loans, and more. But in this guide we’re going to take a different, and at times shocking route and show you some of the ways that […]

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Tips for Budget Travel

International travel has always been seen as a luxury, an expense that only those with money can afford and something that everyone else has to spend several years saving for. But that’s no longer the case. It is now cheaper than ever to get flights into and out of the United States, and there are […]

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Beat Rising Food Prices

Food prices are constantly on the rise. In 2018 they are predicted to increase by as much as 2% across the board, with some staples such as eggs predicted to increase by between 4% and 5%. And it’s not just 2018, as we saw the same last year and we’ll likely see the same next […]

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Christmas is just around the corner and American families are scrambling to add money to their savings in order to prepare for the most expensive holiday of the year. If you’re in debt, Christmas is not a good time of year, especially if you have kids with demanding lists from Santa Claus. In this guide […]

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Save for College Funds and Rainy Days

The vast majority of Americans have less than $10,000 in savings, and more than $10,000 in debt. Lower wages, higher living costs and readily available credit has led to a throwaway, carefree society in which very few of us think about saving or are capable of doing so. In this guide we’ll show you the […]

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The average American household brings in a little under $75,000 a year, yet struggles with debt and doesn’t enjoy the financial security that such an income should warrant. Escalating household bills are one of the biggest reasons for this lack of security, and when you look at how much of this income household bills are […]

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Every last one of us is guilty of being too impulsive from time to time. We struggle to think ahead, we want everything now. This need for instant gratification holds us back and it stops us from attaining our financial goals, because this is not the attitude that rich people have. Think of it this […]

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You either need a lot of luck or a lot of hard work to join the richest 1%. But there’s more to it than that. The super-rich adopt strategies and mindsets that set them apart from the rest of us, and if you can think and act in the same way then you will significantly […]

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Stop Spending Money

Are you spending too much money? Is your debt getting bigger and your bank balance getting smaller? It may be time for a change. We have discussed debt relief programs a lot on this site and we’ve also discussed ways to save money on a budget, as well as this eye-opening infographic on overspending. But […]

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Average Funeral Cost

A funeral is a necessity that no one looks forward to paying. It’s a service we will all attend at some point in our lives, a service we’ll all end up paying for, and a service we’ll eventually be the focus of. It’s depressing, but it’s life—or death, as the case may be. And if […]

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Average Wedding Cost

A wedding is something we hope that we will only need to pay for once in our lifetimes, but when you factor in the high rate of divorce and the fact that parents are often lumbered with the cost of their kids’ weddings, this is usually far from the truth. The average cost of a […]

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How Much Money Should You Spend on a Wedding Ring

There are times in everyone’s life when a major purchase is necessary, one that far eclipses anything they are used to spending. Most of these occasions are joyful, but some of them are also surrounded by certain traditions and unwritten spending rules which can leave the inexperienced purchaser a little confused. In this guide we’ll […]

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No matter which type of internet shopper you are, you likely know that you can purchase just about anything you can dream of online. From books and toothpaste to lawn mowers and even mortgages, you can bet you’ll find an e-commerce store that sells it. It would seem that for every e-commerce store, there’s a […]

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Airlines and travel companies in general are notorious for charging hidden fees. They are the kings of the small print. If they were car salesmen the wheels and seats would not be included in the ticket price and you’d pay extra every time you opened the door. Some are worse than others. Typically, the cheaper […]

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Discount clubs can be a great way to reduce your monthly outgoings. These clubs offer all kinds of discounts on the things you buy every month. In most cases they are not free, but the benefits, the deals and the discounts typically far exceed the amount of money that you spend on your membership. Such […]

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If you feel like you need a few extra bucks to help pay down your debt, you’re not alone. Many consumers turn to the internet to make a bit of extra cash, and there are certainly no lack of websites claiming to provide the opportunity. SwagBucks is one such site. Over the past few years, […]

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How Much do I Need to Retire

The average age of retirement in the United States is 63, and the life expectancy is just under 79 years. This means that the amount of money you need to retire is the amount you need to live on for 16 years. The median weekly earnings for full-time workers in early 2018 was $811, or […]

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Best Money Saving Apps

There is an app for everything. It’s a clichéd saying, but it’s true and some of the best apps out there are the ones that can help you to save money. In this guide to the best money saving apps we will look at those applications in particular, making sure we have something for Android, […]

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Make Money Fast

The internet has been awash with promises of “Make money fast” and “make money from home” from the beginning. In the early days they were as common as crappy MySpace pages and blogs made with GeoCities. These days the world is much more tech savvy and far less gullible (for the most part, anyway) so […]

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Sell Your Stuff

It has never been easier to sell your stuff and if you are struggling with debt then this is a necessity. The average American family is sitting on a fortune in unplayed video games, unwatched DVDs, unworn clothes and unused gadgets. It only makes sense to sell-up, and that’s where these apps and websites come […]

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Save Money

Tens of millions of Americans are in debt, scraping by any way they can and using what little income they have to pay off the interest, while till trying to keep a roof over their heads and food on their table. It’s not an easy life. The situation is hard for everyone, but while some […]

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