How to Save Up to $3,000 a Year
Twenty ways to plug hidden financial leaks.
The Leak: Paying Bills by Snail MailThe fix: The average household receives about 15 bills a month. With stamps now at 44 cents each, you spend about $79 a year just on postage―and don't forget the late fees if your checks get lost in the mail. Save time and money by signing up with the billers' customer-service departments to have your bills paid by credit card or automatic debit; payments will be documented on your monthly bank statement. If you want more control, almost all major banks offer free online bill payment, which lets you schedule payments in advance.
Savings: Almost $79 a year in postage.
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