Savvy and Seamless Savings
January 8, 2016
You’ve declared your New Year’s Resolutions, promising to exercise more, eat healthier, reorganize your closet, volunteer…and get your financial act together. Think it’s hard? Well think again! On today’s Balancing Act, financial planning associate, Daniela Ricaldone from Meg Green and Associates is going to give viewers great money saving life hacks, saving thousands of dollars each year. Take for example, brown bagging your lunch every day as opposed to eating out. This simple change will save almost $4,000 in one year! And what about shopping? The next time you head to the store, consider buying generic rather than name brand. This new habit will will put an additional $1,100 in your pocket.
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