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    I would start with one area that was important to you and a possible future interest for him.  Think how it might tie in some way to what he is interested in.  Always being frugal or ‘cheap’ may not appeal to him and he may not want to portray that image (the macho thing) …. but if you can show him how saving money in one area would allow for more to spend on a vacation or a nicer car payment …. well, you’ll just have to get creative (which women can do) on what’s important to him and how it links in.  We can hold a lot of influence over our husbands if we having a “sharing” attitude rather than a nagging one.  It’s a hard line to tow at times :-)  but it pays big rewards!  Good luck!  Keep us posted!