You’ve spent time and effort comparing products and switching to a better deal. But that’s only the first step towards saving money. Unless you take proactive steps to save that money, it will get swallowed up by day to day expenses. Here’s how to make real savings on the household bills.
Only 25% of Australians switch to save on household bills and expenses. Not comparing providers and switching is potentially you thousands of dollars each year. Here’s how to take the confusion out of comparing service providers to make it easier to find the best deal and save money on the household expenses.
Most frugal tips boil down to a single philosophy. This is my number one frugal tip for saving money. Following this one tip can potentially save you hundreds or thousands a year.
There’s a knack to shopping in second-hand stores successfully. Unlike big box stores, where you can walk in, get exactly what you want and walk out again, there’s an element of serendipity and creativity when op-shopping. It can take time to find that perfect bargain. When op-shopping I like looking for books, household goods, craft…
If there’s one sure fire way to learn, it’s the hard way. And that’s exactly what people had to do during the depression. Luckily for us, we don’t need to learn the hard way – we can take on board the advice from our depression era grandparents – advice that never gets old and is just as relevant today as it was back then.
Heating is one of the biggest energy cost in the home. Make a big impact on your energy bills by reducing the cost of heating your home.
Buying a second hand car can save you a packet on the upfront cost of purchase, but it can cost you dearly if you buy a lemon. Here are the steps to take to make sure the purchase of your used car doesn’t turn sour.