We want your saving tip

By Staff Writer

Festive season is here and all we're hearing is: save, save, and save some more!

We here at Justmoney.co.za know just how important it is to save and we're always ready to help you save.

Last week, we asked you on Twitter: "What are your best savings tips for the festive season"?

We had quite a few interesting reponses and now we are asking for your advice again.

Have you got a savings tip that you think we might be able to use or do you have a tip that you would like some feedback from our professionals from?

Well, then send us an e-mail to info@justmoney.co.za and your tips might appear in one of our newsletters!

We'll choose some of the best (and maybe one or two of the worst) tips for our experts to review and feature the tips along with the feedback in one of our upcoming newsletters.

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