Money Leaks… We All Have Them, But Here Is How You Can Solve Them
One of the easiest ways to help your immediate financial situation is to look for, and plug up, any money leaks you may have in your daily life. Money leaks are those small purchases or expenditures that get overlooked, but tend to add up each month. Here are some ideas to help control these little leaks.
Use the ATM wisely. One or two larger withdrawals a month is usually better than many small withdrawals several times a week, which can add up quickly.
Late payment fees can be avoided by using online bill paying or automatic withdrawals. This ensures you will not miss those payment due dates.
Paying your car insurance for a six-month period, rather than every month, can offer you significant savings, often up to 20%. Ask your insurance provider for ways to save money by prepaying your premium.
You can avoid bank fees by looking for free checking offers and by keeping a cushion in your account that will keep you from bouncing checks. Save on ATM fees by only using your own bank's ATMs or using a bank that offers a refund of competitors' ATM fees.
Get rid of magazine subscriptions that you do not actually read. If you are a few months behind on your periodical reading, cancel those subscriptions. Most likely, you won't even notice the difference.
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