Lesson 2: How to Save on Insurance

Lesson 2: How to Save on Insurance

Insurance can be nothing but a heartache, nothing but a mistake if you don’t know what you’re doing or what kind to buy. We aren’t quoting the Backstreet Boys to shame you, but to let you know there is a way to get the right kind of coverage at a great price.

We don’t care who you are, where you’re from, or what you did for insurance in the past—you can save money while still getting the coverage you need, starting today! Or tomorrow, if it’s currently past 5 p.m.

Want to learn more about what kind of coverage you should get in language understandable by the insurance elite and illiterate alike? That’s what we’re here for. Let’s break down some common insurance questions and establish some clear answers. Because we know you want it that way.

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Lesson 3:Ways to Save on Home Expenses

Lesson 3: Ways to Save on Home Expenses

Home: There’s no place like it. Dorothy told us so as she clicked her heels together to return to the place she thought she so desperately needed to escape. What a symbolic life lesson—brought to you by the technicolor dreams of a farm girl from Kansas and her tiny pup.

Your home is one of your biggest comforts—and expenses. So it makes sense that home a perfect place to save money in both big and small ways. In this third lesson of our superb saving series, we’ve got 17 ways to save on utilities, insurance, renovations and mortgage or rent.

Let’s get moving.

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How to Save $100 or More at Grocery Stores

Lesson 1: How to Save $100 or More at Grocery Stores

It happens to all of us: You’re staring down an open fridge door with these words stammering through your tired brain, What on earth will I make for dinner? At this point, either everything or nothing looks good. You end up tossing together what you call a “one-pot wonder,” knowing it would make Gordon Ramsay burst into fury. Or more often than not, you throw in the kitchen towel and run to the nearest burger hut.

At the end of the month, despite the lack of food in the fridge, your grocery budget is still absolutely annihilated. How does it happen? Why does it keep happening?

We know! It’s because you don’t have a plan. But don’t worry. We’ve got so many plans, and we want to help!

Let’s start with this: We’ll show you how to save major cash on groceries each month. The next 11 tips will help you spend better, save more, and eat well. 

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How to Save Money Fast

How to Save Money Fast

Want to take control of your money for good?

You already know this advice: Get out of debt. And we’re totally on board with this plan. But first, you need a starter emergency fund. Just $1,000 in the bank provides you with all kinds of financial protection.

When you’re holding $1,000 before getting out of debt, you can avoid taking on new debt. So when life tries to mess with you—your tire goes flat, your kid gets sick, the pipe under your sink bursts—you’re ready. You can easily pay what you owe and move on to more important things like knocking out that debt.

Of course, maybe you’re wondering, How on earth am I going to make $1,000?Don’t worry. We’ve got plenty of ideas. If you’re willing to get a bit radical, you’ll not only make $1,000, but you’ll make it fast!

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