With gas prices approaching and topping $3.00 a gallon, and real estate prices at all-time highs, many family budgets are stretched to the breaking point. Now, the Rampart Money Saving TipsQuick Guide comes to the rescue, with over 160 tips for saving money on food, utilities, gas, transportation, clothing, entertainment and gifts. It also contains tips for shopping safely over the Internet, and turning your unwanted items into quick cash.
Included are tips such as:
Only give your credit card number to secure Internet sites that display"https" in their URL, and a padlock icon in the status tray at the bottom of your browser.
During the winter, run your ceiling fans in reverse to keep warm air, which rises, circulating around the room. Most ceiling fans have a reverse switch.
The National Automobile Dealers Association's website provides the new car dealer invoice price - the price the dealer actually paid for the car.
Every 5 mph you go over 60 is equivalent to paying an extra 15 cents per gallon for gas.
Order medications through the mail, some insurance providers allow subscribers to order up to three month's worth of medication through the mail.
Do you have money saving tips that you'd like to share with others? If so, we'd love to hear from you, and promise to include the best tips in future editions of this guide. To read the Money Saving TipsQuick Guide on your Symbian-based phone, you must first install an ebook reader. We suggest Mobipocket Reader, which you can download for free from their website. Then, use your desktop software to install the guide to your phone, and start Mobipocket Reader. It's that easy!
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