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Buying Rolled Coins

Published on 12/17/2018
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Did you remember when you were real young and your parents told you to save your loose change when you got change back from the retail store? If you did, then that was a good habit to have. But, have you ever thought about buying rolled coin from your bank or local store? In case this thought never crossed your mind, if can be another way to have extra money when you need it. Buying rolled coin can be another addition to your piggy bank. A good way to start doing this is thinking about it like this:


1) There are fifty-two weeks in a year. If you start buying rolled coin at three dollars a week, at the beginning of the year (from 1/1 to 12/31 of the same year), you will have $156 at the end of the year


2) Plus if you save any loose change that you get from the retail stores, you can get extra that way too.


3) As far as loose change goes, don't throw away the penniesthey count too.


What you do is buy 3 to 4 large water jugs, and fill them up (Do this because you don't want to fill the jugs with too much coin because they will be too heavy to lift when you are ready to cash the coins in). 

(Then, distribute the coins into the jugs so they don't get too heavy).


Do you best to stick to buying a minimum of $3 a week, but you can buy more if you want to.


In addition, 9 times out of ten, you will have to take your money to the grocery store to pour your money in a coin counter to cash in your coins. Most places charge a fee to do this service, so keep that in mind.


Moreover, if you don't want to pay the fee at a grocery store, you can call banks and credit unions to see if they let you cash in your coins without paying a fee.


Whatever extra money that you get, you can put it away for any emergency, or for something that you want to do.


Lastly, if you want to start buying coins and saving loose change, do your best not to spend it, and pretend that it is not there. Start this plan at the beginning of the year, and go to the end of the year, and see what happens. Hopefully, if nothing goes wrong, this plan will work out for you.





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