When you set a budgeted amount for phone service, items like going over minutes, long distance fees, texting, mobile internet usage, and information calls can leave you frustrated. This is not a good thing by any means. If it has gotten downright scary to open that phone bill, it's time to take control. We'll take a hard look at a few places to cut back in this book.
Everyone is trying to cut their expenses right now. Even if you haven't lost your job, you may be concerned about your future finances. The goal in most homes is to save money and create a bigger safety net if, or when, the time comes to live on an even tighter budget.
Often when money is tight, cable is the first luxury we take a hard look at. The fact is, with a bit of research, your cable could probably go and wouldn't even be missed. Even as little as a year ago, cutting cable out would have been a dramatic change in your family's entertainment. Today, the options are surprisingly numerous and relatively painless, so let's take a look in this book!
Everyone is looking for ways to cut expenses in this economy. Suddenly, the necessities are turning into extras and the basics are turning into luxuries. What really are your options for cutting back? Perhaps your internet bill is starting to irritate you. Price hikes and spotty service may have you wondering what you're paying the big bucks for. But what can you do? You need to get on the internet. Well, if you have a laptop and a sense of adventure, you can travel the Wi-Fi highway and explore your options.
Here are a dozen places to consider when you're ready to ditch your internet service at home, Explained in this book!
By putting off those minor maintenance issues, your mechanical systems are not running at the peak of efficiency. Some maintenance is so simple; it seems it wouldn't make a difference. But, it does. Let's look at the most obvious maintenance items that often are overlooked: Every time you turn on the faucet or flush the toilet, imagine the water as coins, pouring down the drain, because that's exactly what it is. When you're lying in bed listening to that faucet drip, drip, drip, it's spending your hard earned money for you. With a bit of know-how and common sense, you can stop the money leak in your house and save big money.
You try to conserve and not be wasteful, yet your bill is still climbing steadily up, up, and away. The problem is not that you are doing anything wrong, but that you are not doing enough. There are a few lesser-known tips to reducing your power bill. Let's take a look in this book!