Whoa, these SECRET savings are easier than you think...

Some simple changes to things you pay for every day can really add up!

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Smart financial advisors will tell you "It's not only how much money you make, but equally important is how much you save." Well, how much Americans save—or don't save—has been in the news lately since the U.S. economy has been sent into a tailspin and people continue to apply for unemployment. Saving just a few dollars here and there can certainly help when every penny counts.

The good news is, there are tons of places to save money, however most people simply DO NOT know where to find them.

We've compiled a list of some great ways to save money quickly for things you do or pay for every day. We've also provided you with the direct links on this page to help make it easy for you to take advantage of each discount.

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3. Improve Your Credit Score

It's no secret that the better your credit, the better access you have to potential savings. The higher your scores, the more likely you are to qualify for loans and credit cards at the most favorable terms, which will save you money.

Improving your credit scores takes time, but the sooner you address the issues that might be dragging them down, the faster your credit scores will go up.

You can increase your scores by taking several steps, like establishing a track record of paying bills on time, paying down debt and taking advantage of tools like Experian Boost™† , a new product that allows you to add utility and cell phone bills to your credit file.

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5. Save Up To 80% On Your Auto Warranty

Everyone needs to drive as it's an important part of our daily lives: getting to work, school, picking up kids, doing errands, etc. The problem is, when you buy a car, you usually get a pretty limited 3-year/36,000 mile warranty and let's face it, nothing ever happens to your car those first few years!

But what happens when that warranty ends? You have to pay for repairs out of pocket unless you just happen to be a car mechanic yourself, which most of us are not. Or you have to bring it to a shop where, oftentimes, you're at the mercy of a possibly unscrupulous mechanic inflating his prices.

The best way to combat this is to simply avoid paying for repairs at all by extending your current car's auto warranty.

Extended auto warranty plans help you avoid costly car repairs and most are accepted by all dealerships and ASE repair shops.

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