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Limit Visits to Banks and ATMs

In some instances, it is smart to shop with cash only, but skip the bank or the ATM if you're withdrawing money. Some banks and ATMS charge service fees - even if it is your choice bank. Instead, use your debit card to purchase small items and get cash back at no charge from a retailer, such as a grocery store or the local big box. This can save you $2 to $5 for each visit you might have taken to the bank or ATM.

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By Faylee from Kingsport, TN

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