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Open thread: What are your best money-saving tips?

Is it going to be a ‘Dry January’ for you?

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DO YOU COLLECT pennies in a shatter-proof jar? Use the bike more instead of the car or bus?

Now that January has come around and we’ve all checked (with one eye peeping out through a stretched hand) our bank balances, it’s time to make up for the Christmas splurges.

‘Dry January’ has become a word spoken around these offices over the past five days. How about you?

With less money in our pockets, we were wondering how people intend to save money?

Let us know in the comments section below and we’ll compile an article next week based on your responses and advice.

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