Need an extra $100 – $200 per month; 5 sources of money you may have missed
It has been said that the majority of bankruptcies could be prevented with less than $200 per month in additional income. The amount of debt that we continuously take on keeps us depressed, stressed out and unhappy. Here are some areas perhaps you have not thought about where that additional money could be found.
Buy generic. Instead of having to have the name brand of everything look for the generic brand. Even if you regularly shop at a whole foods store they usually have a generic brand that in most cases is made by the same company sitting right next to it on the shelf. Buy generic drugs as often as possible and don’t buy anything that is not on sale.
Area 2 (Stop charging)
Suspend all charging of merchandise and add up the interest you saved yourself. Hide the credit cards. You would be surprised.
Area 3 (Re-Evaluate your entertainment choices)
Rent DVD’s instead of paying a fortune at the movies. A simple movie, popcorn and soda for a family of four can easily set you back a small ransom. Stop subscribing to magazines that you never read, and instead check out there online versions or read them at your neighborhood public library. there are many cheap and often better entertainment like zoos, walking in the park, hikes, picnics, having friends over for a potluck, or museums.
Area 4 (Pre-Purchase Christmas & other holiday gifts)
Instead of waiting until the last minute for your Christmas and other holiday gifts buy early when you can catch the best sales without the pressure of having to make a purchase. Always make sure that you limit how much you spend to a previously set amount.
Area 5 (Keep your vehicle tuned)
Always make sure that your vehicle is in top running condition. A badly running vehicle can be a major money pit that will drain you. that means getting tune-ups, properly inflating the tires, and never use gas that has a higher octane rating than you need.
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