If you own a car, you know how expensive it can be to keep it running and insured at all times. It seems the cost of vehicle ownership continues to rise, yet this is one item most families cannot live without. They either don’t have access to public transportation, need the vehicle for their job, or have another reason a car has become a necessity rather than a luxury. The cost of car ownership doesn’t have to break the bank, however. Here is how to save money on your car.
In 2014, Canadians have spent more than 3,500$ on clothes. You don’t need to buy less clothes to save money. You just need to buy at the right moment and to really think before making a purchase. Here are some tips that will help you save money on your next purchase.
Most people aren’t sure where to start when it comes to saving. It’s easier than most people think to start saving a little at a time and let it add up. Here are 50 quick and easy ways to save big money.
Holidays are almost over and it is time to get ready to go back to school. Whether you have one or several children going to school, this time of year can be stressful mostly if you have a small budget. The bill can rapidly grow between school bags, notebooks, pens and new clothes. Here are some advice to prepare your kids to go back to school without spending too much money.
Are you looking for cheaper ways to go from one point to another? Do you find you can’t save as much money as you would like because you are always putting money into your car? Now is the time to consider going car-free. Many individuals cannot imagine living this way, yet it can be done and more easily than quite a few imagine. Although making this change may also involve a relocation of one’s residence, there is a way to make this happen. When an occasion does arise where a car is needed, rentals are always available. What should be considered before this alteration in lifestyle is made?
Everyone wants to save a little bit of money and spend less when they’re out, but it’s often just about impossible to do. Most of the tips a person will find online are the same thing they’ve been doing for years and won’t make much of a difference. However, if a person is looking for a money hack that’s actually going to work and going to be something they can easily do, this list should help.
College graduation is an important milestone in a person’s life. They have their entire future in front of them and can’t wait to take charge. Unfortunately, many individuals leave school with student debt and other bills to pay, and this can affect their future. Finishing school brings on a whole new set of responsibilities and learning to prioritize where money goes is something students often struggle to accomplish. With the right advice, every graduate can go on to have a successful future and few money worries. Here is what every graduate should know about money.