Bill Management Series
One of the first things we learn as an adult is not much of our income goes toward having fun. The reality is we have bills that need to be paid to make sure we have our needs taken care of.
The key to having money for fun is to be smart with our bill money. The more money we save on our bills the more we’ll have for doing what we enjoy. Below, you’re going to learn to save money on your monthly bills.
Lower Your Electric Bill
If you’re like me you probably wonder if electricity all comes from the same place why are there different companies and providers for it? More importantly, why are there different prices for it?
Today, You’re going to learn the ins and outs of your electric bill.
Why Every Adult Needs Credit Card Payment
This weeks bill we’re going to cover is our monthly credit card payment. If you don’t have a monthly credit card payment you probably should, there are lots of benefits to having a credit card.
The Ins & Outs of Car Insurance
If there’s one bill nobody likes paying but are forced to pay its insurance.
In today’s episode, I’m going to cover spending less on the bill we hate so much.
Save Money on Your Water Bill
Did you know the average American uses 88 gallons of water per day?
The more you can save water the less you’ll pay on your water bill.
Save Money on your Auto Loan
Car lenders are making car loans accessible to more buyers. This may seem like a good thing but it can cost some buyers hundreds or even thousands of dollars over the life of the loan. Without fully understanding the numbers and exactly what’s in your car loan you could end up overpaying for your next vehicle.
Whether you’re thinking about getting a new car or just got one whose loan agreement you don’t like, this show is for you.
Saving Money on Your Internet Bill
Your home internet bill is pretty much a necessity. For many people, high fees and less than reliable service have many consumers questioning exactly what they’re paying for.
Is it Time to Cut the Cord
The average cable bill has risen about 50% over the past 10 years. From the day you sign up, refer it seems like cable bills only go up in price. Did you know the average household spends over 12 hundred dollars a year on cable?
Cut Your Cell Phone Bill
The price of cell phone plans is dropping due to competition between carriers. If you haven’t changed your plan in a while you’re likely paying too much for your cell phone bill. Today’s podcast episode focuses on saving money on your cell phone bill.
Save on Renters and Homeowners Insurance
Moving to your own place is exciting, you’ve paid your security deposit if you’re renting or down payment if you’re buying set up all your utilities and ready to move all those boxes in and set up the place you plan on living. The only other thing to do is to pay a few hundred dollars for something nobody likes to pay…insurance.
Getting a Great Deal on a New Apartment
Believe it or not, moving starts months before you ever sign a lease.
The cost of moving in-state can cost at least $1,000. The greater the distance you have to travel plus the amount of things that need to be moved equals thousands of dollars you’ll spend moving across state lines.
Moving is something that needs to be planned for months in advance because of the cost associated with packing everything in your life into boxes and moving them down the street, on the other side of town or across the planet.
Home Buying Process Explained
Home buying can be one of the most stressful experiences in your life. Part of it comes from not knowing what to expect when shopping for a home so I’ll cover the home buying process in 10 steps.
Buying a house for many people is the biggest and often the most important purchase they make in life. Your interest rate can mean the difference between saving thousands of dollars over the life of the loan. That’s why it’s important to understand the home buying process.