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5 Simple Ways To Lower Your Monthly Bills And Save Lots Of Money!

By Kris Bickell

From simple things like food, gas, and clothing, to bigger expenses, like insurance and your mortgage, all you need to know is where to look to find the savings.

 
There are lots of ways to save money.
 

Here you're going to learn several ways to save money every month by lowering your monthly bills.

There are lots of ways to save money, no matter how much of it you have - or don't have!

Having struggled for many years paying my own bills, I learned many ways to save money. From simple things like food, gas, and clothing, to bigger expenses, like insurance and your mortgage, all you need to know is where to look to find the savings.

Several Ways To Save Money

The first thing you need to do is eliminate ALL of your unnecessary expenses:

  • eating out on the weekends
  • buying lunch at work every day
  • magazine and newspaper subscriptions (especially those you can get online and at the local library)
  • cable TV (you'd be amazed at how many other ways you'll find to spend your time once you get rid of cable TV)
  • groceries (you can save lots of money with coupons and specials.)

It's OK to reward yourself once in a while, but if you are really looking to get out of debt faster, you owe it to yourself to save every single penny you can!

To find other ways to reduce your expenses, take a close look at your checkbook and credit card statements. You should also call your credit card companies to see if they will lower your interest rates, even if it is only for a short time.

You'll be amazed at how many ways you can save money, especially once you start looking carefully at how you spend your money every month.

Shop Around For The Lowest Prices

For those expenses you can't eliminate, it's time to start shopping around for the best prices.

Once I realized you can shop around for just about ANYTHING you spend money on every month, I learned how to save myself SEVERAL HUNDRED DOLLARS each and every month!

In fact, by shopping around I ended up saving myself more than $750 a year on car insurance alone!

The same is true of many of your monthly expenses - like long distance telephone service, internet service, all types of insurance, mortgages, and in some places even your utility bills.

It DOESN'T take any special skills. All it takes is a few clicks and you can save yourself a bunch of money in no time at all!

So, if you'd like to save yourself lots of money every month - and who doesn't - start shopping around and looking for ways to lower your monthly bills right away!

About The Author

Kris Bickell is the owner of Debt-Tips.com, a helpful site for consumers struggling with credit card debt.









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