Skip the Starbucks Stop
Need an easy way to save some cash? Consider cutting coffee costs.
Let’s say you go to a coffee shop four times each week, spending $5 each visit. That’s $20 per week. Multiply that by 52 weeks, and you’ve easily spent $1,040 on coffee in one year.
So, think of some ways you could work around your coffee shop expenses. Maybe a Keurig or nicer coffee machine would be worth the money up front if it could save you (literally) thousands of dollars in the future.
Read more on this and other money-saving tips from Dave Ramsey. "If you buy some decent beans and add your own syrups and creams, your home brew will taste just as sweet. Plus, with savings of nearly $1,200 per year, you can now afford some darn good beans."