6 Money Leaks That Are Draining Your Finances

leaking moneyDrip. Drip. Drip.

Like a leaky faucet loses water, too many of us let money slip away in unseen fees, charges and general overpayments.

As long as finding and fixing each leak doesn't require more effort than it's worth, you're doing yourself a favor by breaking out the proverbial wrench. If you can find just six ways to save $10 every month, at the end of the year you've got an extra $720 in the bank.

Keeping that in mind, could you be leaking money in one of these ways? Read on to find out.

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  • Jessica

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    • Jessica

      savelovegive.com wrong URL up top

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  • John

    I think “Buying Instead of Renting Equipment” is horribly short-sighted. You may save the $65 this year, but if it’s something you do yearly, then you’ll be saving money by the third use. If it’s a one time project that you won’t do again, sure go ahead and rent, but think long-term.