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  1. A great article here. Love all your valuable information and I can see I am going to have to come back to study everything more, you have too much to take in at one time.
    I was on disability for some time due to a serious illness, now I am on Social Security. I was working for a great company and had a pretty good 401 in place prior to having to quit work. A lot of people don’t have that luxury. I was very lucky.
    Anyone that is having trouble making ends meet and just about everybody that is on a fixed income needs to take all your advice into consideration. Thanks

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thank you Wayne!

  2. Great list Stephan! Stumbled upon this and found it is also very helpful to those without disability. I’ve tried a couple of them myself so the other options I’ll probably give a go and see how it goes. I’m particularly interested in ‘Don’t Mess your Taxes’ as that’s the area I’m seeking to get better on.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Glad you found it helpful Rochelle!

  3. Danielle T. says:

    Thank you so much for this website and your content! It’s been difficult for me to find resources to help me thrive as a person with autoimmune diseases and a physical disability. I truly appreciate your work. Just wanted to let you know! 🙂

  4. I have saved a ton of money with GoodRx. Sometimes, Walmart will refuse, but all you have to do is call the GoodRx number on the card and they will settle the dispute for you. Coupon sites are always welcome! I use Honey and Wikibuy whenever I shop online, because they will look for promo codes that you can use.

    1. Stephan Zev says:

      Thanks for chiming in Laurie!

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