Jennifer Lawler at Bankrate.com has some advices on money-saving ideas for stuff like purchasing car, clothing, groceries, insurance, utilities and appliances. She also categorized into three different levels of money-saving tips:
… So we asked experts to provide a simple tip that will easily save money (good), another tip that might take a little more time or effort but which will save more money (better), and a more extreme tip that will help readers save the most — but which would require the most thought or effort (best). This way, you can pick tips that match your needs and your tolerance for frugality…
Exactly – usually when i want to save money – like doing car washing myself or shopping around for my insurance, I usually need spend my time to save the money. It is really depends on your priority and schedule. I wouldn’t want to save money if I have other important stuff to work on.
Good, better, best money-saving ideas – [Bankrate.com via Lifehacker]