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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Fill Form 843 Fees

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In this video, I'm going to walk you step-by-step through exactly how I saved over twelve thousand dollars without freezing my credit cards, depriving myself, or saying no to nights out. This video is not about budgeting, not spending money on lattes, or cutting back on spending. Instead, I will be sharing seven unconventional ways to save money that I found to be quite easy and almost automatic. These strategies can have a significant impact on your finances without you even noticing. It's not about how much money we make, but rather how much money we keep. So, let's dive into these seven strategies. First, let me introduce you to my secret weapon for saving money. With certain rules, I was able to save over twelve thousand dollars using an app called Capital. This app allows you to set up rules that automatically save money whenever you spend. For example, it can round up your expenses to the nearest dollar or even to the nearest two or five dollars. These deposits add up over time, helping you save money effortlessly. This app was a game-changer for me, along with other strategies that I will discuss later. One rule I used in Capital was called the freelancer rule. As someone who receives untaxed income, I needed to save for the tax bill that comes along at the end of the year. With this rule, I programmed Capital to take thirty percent of every check I deposited into my bank account and put it aside. This way, I could stockpile the necessary funds to pay my taxes without any hassle. Capital made saving money automatic, eliminating the emotional side of taking something away from yourself. I closed down all my other savings accounts and solely relied on this app, along with my checking account and...