Buy only what you need when out shopping. Make a list and stick your list. You can buy in bulk to save money.
Do not take a vacation unless you can pay for it in cash. The experience and photographs are not worth financing.
Be sure to shut off all lights when leaving home as well as turning the thermostat temperature down to save on electricity.
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What is a smart consumer?
A consumer is someone who uses goods or services, but a smart consumer is one that does research to spend their money wisely on those goods and services.
Am I at risk for identity theft?
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Can I buy a house if I claimed bankrupcty?
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Why are my car insurance premiums so high?
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What are your driving habits?
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Installing solar panels may be worth the investment to save on utility costs.
Becoming a “smart home” will actually save you money in the long run.