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?
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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