Take a break from your credit card
I’ve been on the show before discussing the merits of the rewards points cards offer …for those 60% plus Canadians that pay off their credit card every month. But even for those responsible with their credit, there’s no tangibility when using it. Take a break and pay with cash – a different part of your brain actually lights up and feels pain from the loss of funds out of your wallet. Try this for a least a week every few months. The average Canadian has a balance of about $4,000 on their credit card with an average rate of just over 14% - that’s a cost of nearly $6,000 in just ten years!
Women are fabulous at building networks. Get a group of five together to help tackle costs – cooking, nanny’s, carpooling, housekeeping and more. Not only will this save all of you big bucks, it will strengthen your bond and create a life of less “to do’s”
Don`t forget the obvious little things that add up to so much:
Just try three things and save nearly $4,000 a year!
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