It is not hard to fill a money box up with all your spare change you have hanging around the house.
This is a very simple task that anyone can do to save money. Also a money box does not have to be anything fancy though.
Recycle and Make a Tin money Box
Find yourself a large jar or tin and make a hole as big as a 50c piece. Place the tin where you are most likely to see it, and any time that you have loose change in your pocket or purse after shopping, empty the contents into your tin.
This will save you money as the coins won’t get lost down the back of the couch or dropped on the floor never to be found again. Your hard earned cash is safe and sound in its tin money box.
Seal the tin
Make sure that you cannot retrieve the money from the tin. It is not Start your tin in January and by the time December comes and you need some Christmas cash, break into your tin and take your tin to the Bank and change it for notes and it will surprise you how much money you have saved over the year.
Money Builds Up
A friend of mine followed this plan and all the coins from the entire family went into the tin.
Now either they did a lot of shopping or the tin must have been there for a number of years, but by the time they took the tin to the Bank they had accumulated $10,000 worth of change. I don’t expect most people would collect that amount of money, but at least $250 would help with all those extra bills at year end. So go and find your tin or jar and start SAVING money now!!