Both consumer debt overall and household debt continue to soar to historic highs as many US citizens are living paycheck to paycheck or are in dire financial straits due to unexpected issues such as a car crash or a motorcycle accident causing loss of employment or hours. While the mortgage typically eats up most of the income for most consumers today, student loans are also making life more difficult for many of the 45 million borrowers up to their ears in almost $1.6 trillion in cumulative debt. It can be hard enough to make ends meet if you live alone, but if you are supporting a family or working with your partner to take care of children (and perhaps aging parents or other family members too), it could be difficult to rein in your finances or continue saving in the manner you enjoy.
Here are five ways to save more money now:
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