12 Simple Ways You Can Cut Spending $100’s Every Month
With the present state of the economy and reduced chance that it will get better anytime son, a lot of people are looking for ways that they can save money in any way that they can. If you are looking for ways to save money, yo will find there are a variety of ways that this is possible, many of them with minimal effort on everyone’s part.
A recent article on the Ask Men website provides 12 simple yet effective ways that you can stop spending so much money and start saving it.
Have a look at one of the tips that are offered by the article:
8- Visit the library
Lots of people regard books as they do bottles of wine — as status objects, to be collected and displayed. Well, a teetering bookshelf might make you feel like a smarty-pants, but it certainly won’t appreciate in value the way a stocked wine cellar does. Add this to the fact that you’ll probably only read them once, and all of a sudden books don’t seem like the wisest investment. Skip the trip to the ATM and take out a membership at the local library. Its stock of reading material is as up-to-date as the bookstore’s and most will allow you to reserve copies of the latest bestseller in advance. Furthermore, your tax money is already going toward its services, so you may as well take advantage of it.
Hardcore bibliophiles who don’t want to give up on their collections might want to start buying books secondhand. The cost of used books is often in the range of one-fifth of the original list price.
This article can help you with cutting your spending and helping you have more money in your pocket at the end of every month. You don’t haev to give everything up. You just have to learn about smart spending and where to make better choices. Once again, you can find the complete article at the Ask Men website. Go and see how easy it is to save money starting today! I have started using some of these tips already and it’s amazing what a difference it’s made.
About Sharon H. Sharon is in her 40s and she has been writing for the Internet since August of 2007. She also is working on a children's book series for ages 5 to 8. One of her favorite topics to write about is personal finance and investing, since she loves helping people to save money.