6 Ways To Save Money This Summer

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The time between when the winter holiday splurging is paid off and when summer spending rushes in to fill the void is roughly 2.6 milliseconds. Ah, but what a joyous 2.6 milliseconds it is! With yard maintenance bills, air conditioning costs and the children home from school, summer can ravage your wallet all over again. Fortunately, multiple summer bills mean there are multiple opportunities to save money.
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