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More great money-saving websites from the Deal Diva

By Tara McAlister
Tara McAlister
Tara McAlister is MomsCharlotte.com's Deal Diva, giving you loads of easy tips to save money.
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PaperbackSwap.com lets you sell your old paperbacks – or buy some.

Last week, I started a list of my 25 favorite websites to save money. Here are six more:

19. CrossLoop.com: Perfect for small businesses that need to access their own desktops remotely or share a computer screen with another user to provide customer support. Through an app on the computer, the user punches in a 12-digit code to gain access to another’s computer.

18. TheCouponClippers.com: With more than 2 million coupons in its stock, this site is perfect if you’re trying to get multiples of the same coupon. Note: There is a fee and postage, but users can get coupons well below their face value. Be sure to check coupon expiration dates.

17. AllYou.com: Get savings tips, printable coupons and a daily freebie and sweepstakes. Register to use the site’s great tools, such as its grocery circular roundup, which lists sale items in your area. The Savings Blog has great tips from readers.

16. PaperbackSwap.com: If you love to read or want to get rid of some old paperbacks, this site is for you. Post available books to a virtual bookshelf and send them to others who want to read them, earning yourself credits. Or request books yourself. The site offers labels and postage for a fee.

15. Lynda.com: Learn job skills or enhance your resume through this site’s 2,160 online courses. Various levels of membership, as well as online resources.

14. BudgetSimple.com: Create a budget, then monitor your spending through this site. A great tool to help your family pay off debt.

Next week – Travel websites.

Reach Tara at thedealdiva@bellsouth.net. Read more Deal Diva on momscharlotte.com.

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