Saving money

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“Mention coupons to a regular grocery shopper and you’re likely to get intense reaction. Some love coupons and will brag about the hundreds of dollars they save with them. Others sneer, saying their time is too valuable to be wasted on the meager savings. Both could be right. The key …

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“Fifty-five cents sounds like pocket change — hardly worth worrying about. It was the difference in the sales tax charged in Tennessee and Virginia on recent shopping trips for identical grocery staples like bread and milk. Now consider $254. That’s how much more, on average, Tennessee consumers pay for groceries …

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