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Last month, we challenged you to save money on your mobile phone bill by switching to a cheaper plan. This doesn't necessarily mean you have to switch carriers, though. You might be able to negotiate a better price with your current one.
Readers, this month we've challenged you to save your spare change, and believe it or not, we're almost halfway through July. We've rounded up some creative ideas to help you stay motivated during the second half.
We have just two months to go in our Ultimate Money Challenge. As we near the year's end, we're focused on holiday spending. This month, we challenge you to clean out your closets, get rid of some junk and make some cash in the process.
We've been throwing out a new challenge every month since January as part of our year-long Lifehacker Ultimate Money Challenge. This month, we're taking on a specific expense that's easy to cut: Your mobile phone bill. We challenge you to find a cheaper plan that offers the same level of service.
This year, we've challenged you to haggle your bills, tame impulsive spending and even save for retirement. Many of you have saved hundreds, and some of you have saved thousands. This month, we're taking it back to the basics with an old school challenge that everyone can easily join: Keep the change.
With our year long Ultimate Money Challenge, we're challenging readers to a different personal finance challenge every month. This month, we're taking on debt. Let's cut your debt interest rate.
February's challenge wasn't an easy one, but if you joined you may have saved hundreds, or even saved thousands! That's why we started this in the first place: to take action and actually save (and earn) some cash. We've shared a lot of advice on how to curb impulse spending. Now let's take some action.
You might have saved a few hundred bucks during last month's challenge -- that's great! However, if you succeed at this month's challenge, you'll save all year long. February's challenge: bill haggle day.