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Jennifer Chan, Assistant Managing Editor
November 19, 2012

Tipid Tips: How to Minimize Your Expenses at the Office

Curb your daily work expenses with these tips! By Jennifer Chan
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You’ve been working for more than a year now, and yet your bank account is as sad as the day you were hired. You check your debit card, only to find out that more than half of last week's pay is gone. Don’t worry; you’re not the only one in this situation. Many women today are finding it harder and harder to save up. Expenses, after all, are unavoidable.

Still, your hands aren't exactly tied, as there are ways to minimize the damage. Start by cutting down on everyday unnecessary expenses. These may seem like small luxuries, but add them all together, and you might be surprised at how much you've been spending each month. To help you slash your spending, here are five suggestions that will surely revive your bank account.

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    Thanks for the advice! :)
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Jennifer Chan was a contributing writer for Female Network for two years before formally joining the team as a staff writer in July 2012... Read more...
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