Familiar with unit prices? They’re found on just about every item in your local grocery store, and they provide a ton of info about how much you’re actually paying when you shop.
Go With the Low-Flow
Go with the low-flow. Appliances that is. Be sure to contact your local utility provider to learn more about any discounts or rebates they may offer for switching to low-flow appliances.
Building a Better Budget
Think fast – how much money do you spend each month on food and drinks?
There’s no typical fraud victim. Scammers don’t care who you are, how old you are, or how much you earn. Anybody is fair game. Here are some common scams.
Buying in Bulk
Try pairing up with a friend or family member to share a box-store membership, and then plan your shopping days together so you can split the cost of those bulk items – everyone will enjoy the cost-savings, and still have room in their pantry!
Score on Winter Goods
Already planning your next winter vacation? You’re in luck!
Keep Your Financial Cool
It may seem like a no-brainer, but your heater or A/C can be a huge drain on your wallet. By setting your thermostat a few degrees cooler in the winter and warmer in the summer, especially when you’re asleep or not home, you can see a significant change on your monthly bill.
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