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Tracking Spending Saves Big

SMH |  01 May 2017  |  Portfolio

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Four Australians who tracked their spending for an experiment have each identified hundreds of dollars a month they can save by cutting back on small purchases. 

The four volunteers were all from Melbourne and included two men and women, two Millennials and two Gen X-ers. From youngest to oldest, they are warehouse worker Mathew Slater; ambulance driver Olivia O'Neill; project manager Nicholas Butcher; and talent manager Lucinda Chismon.

Read More: http://www.smh.com.au/money/saving/tracking-spending-helps-you-save-money-by-highlighting-cost-of-little-things-20170427-gvti8x.html

 

 

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