Friday, December 28, 2012

Saving Green: Money Resolutions for the New Year

With the New Year just around the corner, Reader’s Digest suggests five money resolutions to help readers change the way they spend and save in 2013. With tips on budgeting, health-care, “food money,” tax records, and even the best money saving phone apps, this list makes fattening your wallet easier than dropping those extra pounds! 
·         I Won’t Throw Food Money Out with the Trash – The average American family of four tosses out about $2,275 worth of food every year, according to a 2012 study by the National Resources Defense Council.

·         I’ll Be A Smarter Shopper – Technology can make you a magna cum laude shopper.
·         I’ll Make a Budget and Stick to It Consider a zero-based budget, in which every dollar of income is earmarked for specific outlays, such as mortgage, food, savings and entertainment. Every month, income minus outgo equals zero. 

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