Paying for bills, taxes, and other expenses is part of our everyday lives. This can often become very overwhelming, so we want to share some advice to manage your money.
1) Budget carefully
- Know where your money is going and cut back on unnecessary expenses. Small changes may add up to savings!
2) Find Assistance Programs
- The National Council on Aging offers their "BenefitsCheckUp." This application allows you to find local and federal programs that will help you with medical, tax relief, food assistance, transportation and a number of other services. Click on the following link to check it out: https://www.benefitscheckup.org/find-my-benefits/?_ga=2.10422577.500453026.1497368047-119484195.1495849534#/prescreen
3) Use Credit Cards Cautiously
- Credit Cards are an easy way to accumulate debt; before you make a purchase, consider whether you'll be able to pay that amount in the future.
We hope some of these tips help make the money saving process easier!