Saving water means saving money around your home. However, you might not be quite ready to put a brick in your toilet tank or reduce your shower flow to a trickle. Have no fear; you can still take steps to seriously reduce your water bill each month.
The holidays can be an energy guzzler. The Christmas lights are hung and turned on 24/7. The oven is busy baking gingerbread cookies, yams, turkey, etc. The whole family is at home and turns on all of the lights...and the television...and the computer. Between driving to stores to buy gifts and attend holiday dinners and parties, the car gets double its normal use.
When we’re looking to save money, the first thing most of us do is scrutinize our every purchase to see where we can squeeze out unnecessary spending. After all, a nip and a tuck here and there can add up to a bundle of savings over time! What many forget, though, is the cost savings that can result from proper maintenance of the things we already own – especially the really high-ticket items, like a home and car, which can be costly to repair and even more expensive to replace.
Topics: Saving Money
If you’d like to build your savings but lack the money, time, or discipline to make deposits, you’re not alone. But now is the perfect time to get in the habit of saving, and we have an ideal way for you to save automatically with each paycheck.