Interviews with Super Savers

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Interviews with Super Savers

They have eccentric saving habits. They always know their account balances to the penny. They employ astonishingly effective bargain hunting strategies. We all know these people, these super savers who turn money management into a kind of performance art, and in the process highlight our own financial shortcomings.

The brain of a super saver just seems to work in a different way, and we'd like to know why―or at least whether we can copy any of their behaviors. So like cash-strapped wildlife biologists, we're embarking on the blog version of a catch-and-release program where we track down these enviable beasts and try to figure out how they think.

October 30, 2014 - Teale

Tips from a super saver 1 - Teale

This 24-year-old saved enough to live in NYC for 5 months without a job. Read more...

November 18, 2014 - Joel

Tips from a super saver 2 - Joel

Joel is 34 years old and already owns three rental properties. Read more...

December 17, 2014 - Paula

Interviews with super savers #3 - Paula

This freelance writer and journalist has visited 32 countries so far. Read more...

December 17, 2014 - Jackie

Interviews with super savers #4 - Jackie

At 34, Jackie has six sources of income and $600k in the bank. Read more...

January 15, 2015 - Ryan

Tips from a super saver 5 - Ryan

This cartoonist claims he can travel anywhere on $20 per day. Read more...