Making the right money-saving choices on the big things tends to be easy. Let's face it: No matter how much you want that latest must-have phone, you're going to give some careful consideration to the idea of buying one that tops 500 bucks versus a cell phone that costs $100.
But it isn't just the money that gushes out of your wallet all at once that matters—you can lose just as much in a constant, slow drip. Although you may hardly notice when you spend a dollar more than you need here and there, if you do it every day, it can add up to a significant sum.
Here are some ways that you're probably wasting dollars every day—and some easy changes that you can make to plug those slow cash leaks.
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