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Your food could be making you money

Acorns rounds up the price of your purchases to the nearest dollar and the spare change you’d normally toss in your pocket to be lost in the washing machine is put into a smart investment portfolio.

Let’s say you purchase a carton of eggs for $1.70. Before you’ve cracked one open, Acorns will round the amount to $2.00 and invest the 30-cent difference for you.

That may not seem like much, but look at the math: $2.50 worth of daily round-ups add up to $900 per year — and that’s before your savings earn money in the market.

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Investing made simple

Signing up for Acorns takes less than five minutes and you can start saving and investing for just $3 a month.

You don’t even have to worry about choosing stocks — Acorns will set you up for success with a portfolio based on your goals and risk tolerance.

When you sign up with this special link, Acorns will add $20 to your account as soon as you make your first investment.

Turn your shopping list into an investing habit today.


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Em Norton Staff Writer

Em Norton is a Staff Writer for Moneywise. Em holds a B.A. in Professional Writing from York University and has been writing professionally since 2019. Em's work has previously been published by Room Magazine, IN Magazine, Our Canada and more.


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