Rafflecopter Cash Giveaway Project

The Rafflecopter Cash Giveaway Project is a free, ongoing, bi-monthly giveaway that is open to all personal finance and money bloggers. Each giveaway has a different personal finance theme. The goal of the giveaway is to encourage blog readers to find ways to improve their finances to help them reach their financial goal as quickly as possible while also giving them a chance to win a bit of money.

Cost

There is no cost involved. Giveaway prizes are provided by SavingAdvice and/or sponsors.

How It Works

As a blogger, you will write a post on the theme for that particular giveaway and post it on your blog on the designated day with the rafflecopter code for the contest. As a participant, you c

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  8. Cheeryshirley says:

    I would call a halt to ALL non-necessary spending! Re-look at budget (we use YNAB) and call a family “pow-wow” to get everybody on the same page. I have such a huge bulk-purchased stockpile, I would STOP completely buying any disposable goods. Cheeryshirley

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    I have to say I’m totally impressed by the turnout from today’s giveaway! I’m up from 49 to 124 Facebook likes after a half day of entries!

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