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RECOMMENDED MONEY RESOURCES
Cash back on shopping through Ebates
Sometimes I'll say no to shopping, but I'll never say no to saving money doing it. Ebates is a site that gives you cash back on your purchases. How do they do this? They get a commission for referring people to merchant sites, and they share a part of that commission with you. A win-win! Read how I hacked Ebates to save even more on my shopping.
Earn rebates through Ibotta
Ibotta is an app that gets you rebates after your purchase is made by scanning your receipt to verify purchases. This is great for getting money back on groceries. Because of their success, they've branched out to include retailers like Target and Amazon.
A credit card all people should have
I'm a HUGE fan of using credit cards for the perks and benefits. If you pay your full balance each month by the due date and use the credit cards for purchases that you need to make, all the rewards you get are basically free money.
A great credit card for beginners, and one I believe everyone should own is the Chase Freedom Unlimited for their easy welcome bonus requirements. Plus, get 1.5% cash back on all purchases.
And if you're concerned about your credit, get your credit score for free with Credit Sesame.
Banking and financial tracking
I like to open bank accounts as a side hustle, since many offer some nice sign-up bonuses. One national bank that does so is Capital One.
If you're comfortable with online banking and don't already have an account with them, then you should consider opening accounts with them. They're convenient to use and have a higher than standard interest rate on their savings account.
And if you're worried you may get confused tracking multiple accounts, then jump onto Personal Capital, a free financial management tool.