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Tax-Free Weekend is fast approaching! We’ve come up with some tips to help make the most of your shopping excursions and help you save even more!
Unexpected expenses are inevitable. Be ready for anything with a Credit Union account made for saving and investing into whatever life throws at you.
You can use coupons to save money without being extreme! It's actually simple!!
Everyone wants to save money, but many don’t realize making small changes to your lifestyle could not only save money but also make a positive impact on the environment. Here are some tips and suggestions on how to make money go farther while benefitting the environment.
Sharing car rides and splitting the bill positively affects the environment by reducing your carbon footprint, while ultimately saving you money. A round-trip commute to work can average roughly 30 miles. For some, a daily commute could be well over the average or well below. Regardless, daily commutes are the culprit behind the majority of your gas spending and usage. By adding another person to your drive, or even filling your car, you can save hundreds! Alternate who drives and split the bill or alternate who pays each time. If you are going to the same place, why not ride together?
By opting in to paperless billing and things such as e-statements, you can reduce the amount of wasted paper floating around the world, while also de-cluttering your kitchen table. Certain places that offer these services also offer discounts for signing up, hoping to reduce their overall costs. In short, paper can be expensive especially when large companies are mailing bills to thousands of customers. Reducing paper helps everyone.
Stop Eating Out
Fast-food and restaurants in general tend to take your money faster than you think. The convenience of not having to cook or being able to pick something up on the way somewhere is great, but is it really worth the price? Taking your lunch to work and cooking meals yourself can save you so much money. Not only will you save, but you will make an impact on the environment by purchasing fresh foods. Once you start cooking, you may begin paying attention to the ingredients in the foods you’re buying, leading you to be more conscious about meals and what is really in them. This may lead to purchasing locally grown produce or organic food options.
Many electronics that stay plugged up all day are costing you money. Simply unplugging things like unused chargers and TVs can save more than expected on your electric bill. The more you save on electricity, the more you can spend elsewhere. Unplugging unused electronics and appliances can also help in preventing house fires.
Saving money isn’t hard. By making small changes here and there, your savings account will see an increase, giving you freedom to do other things you enjoy.