Best-selling Author of “The Recovering Spender” gives Tips for keeping Financial Resolutions
ATLANTA, March 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The New Year brings hope for better times and improved finances. That is why this is the ideal time to take stock of personal financial health and to make a plan for how to save more in the future, even during a pandemic.
GETTING CONTROL OF PERSONAL FINANCES
Taking control of personal finances starts with how one pays. A top suggestion is to use Affirm, a transparent alternative to credit cards that gives purchasers the flexibility to split the cost of purchases into biweekly or monthly payments, without any late or hidden fees. Affirm makes it easy to stick to financial goals by letting users pay over time, on a schedule that works for their budget. Affirm shows the cost of purchases upfront in simple dollars and never charges users more than they agree to. Users can shop with Affirm at over 6,500 U.S. retailers such as Neiman Marcus, Walmart, and Williams Sonoma. For more information, visit www.Affirm.com.
SMARTER SAVING TIPS
Take advantage of rewards programs like Swagbucks. The fun and free online rewards program that has paid out over half a billion dollars. It is a way to make money without having to spend money when online. Get free gift cards and cash for things like, sharing opinions, finding great deals, and saving on groceries. Check out how to earn and save at www.Swagbucks.com.
MINOR CHANGES FOR MORE SAVINGS
A quick review of a cell phone bill might reveal that people are paying too much for service. Try Ting Mobile, a nationwide low-cost cell provider that helps people save on monthly phone bills. Ting offers unlimited talk and text for only $10 a month, 5GB for $25, and even unlimited for $45 a month. Users can even bring their current phone and phone number to Ting and they get the same coverage as the big carriers. The only difference is ‘more money in your pocket each month’. Visit Ting.com to learn more.
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