10 Ways to Save $1,000 Quickly

Want to take control of your money for good?

You already know this advice: Get out of debt. And we’re totally on board with this plan. But first, you need a starter emergency fund. Just $1,000 in the bank provides you with all kinds of financial protection.

When you save $1,000 before getting out of debt, you can avoid taking on new debt. And when life tries to mess with you—your tire goes flat, your kid gets sick, the pipe under your sink bursts—you’re ready. You can easily pay what you owe and move on to more important things like knocking out that debt.

With our tips, you’ll be well on your way to saving $1,000 quickly. Here’s how:


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25 Apps That Will Save You Mad Cash

Apps are glorious little buttons that make life easier—or at least more fun. You can listen to podcasts while running, keep all your rewards cards in one place, and score instant coupons with a single click!

The only thing better than a great app is a great free app. That’s why we compiled this list of free money-saving apps you need in your arsenal.


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3 Creative Ways to Save Money This Weekend

You’ve got a fun season ahead of you full of amazing activities—think sports, holidays and fall festivals. Go ahead and give yourself permission to enjoy these to their fullest by making room in your budget now.

Like, this weekend.

We know what you’re thinking: How can I make a difference with my money in one weekend? It’s easy! Here are three things you can do that are quick and simple—and pack a serious money-saving punch!


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How to Save Money: 20 Insanely Simple Tips

Sometimes saving money requires hard work and intense discipline. And we applaud those that are fighting hard to pay off debt or build up their savings. But sometimes saving money can be easy!

That’s why we’ve compiled a list of super simple, easy-to-implement ways you can start saving money right now. Don’t worry—just because they’re simple and easy doesn’t mean they won’t have big impact, especially over time.

Give our tips a try and share your own ideas for saving money on the EveryDollar Facebook page.


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