KEY POINT(S): Saving coins is not a way to get rich, just a surprisingly savvy way to save a few dollars that you were not expecting or even planning to. Saving coins can be a pain to cash out.
WHY IT IS IMPORTANT: Saving coins allows you to put money away. Saving coins means that you are making a choice not to spend the money that jingles. Instead of spending coins, you save them. Every little bit counts when it comes to building legacy, understanding ways to win with your money.
MY EXPERIENCE: I used to spend all types of money: paper and metal alike. Then during a brief moment of not wanting to count change when I paid for anything, I just stopped using coins. Then I fast-forwarded 365+ days later and had a big ole’ dog treat jar filled with coins. When I cashed in, I had $250+ - CHA-CHING! If I was really being smart about it, I would have wrapped the coins myself and save on Coinstar’s convenience fee. This tip may be outdated due to the pain of cashing out and the increased usage of plastic.
QUESTIONS FOR YOU: Do you save your coins? What’s the biggest coin cash out you’ve had? Do you think saving coins is a good money tip?
Julie Carter, Recruiter.🧐 Coach.💪🏾 Mother.🙋🏾♀️🙋🏾♂️🐕 Professional.👩🏾💻 Wife.💍 Imperfect. 🙃Living to inspire so you may inspire to live.🤝🏾 You ARE NOT alone!🤗
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