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We all have the best intentions when it comes to changing our spending behaviour and saving some money, but we all know it’s not that easy. To help you narrow down different ways to save, we’ve listed some simple tips that each take less than 5 minutes to get you started!

 

Download these free essential apps

Ever feel like you have no idea where or what you are spending on? Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of all our expenses and it’s even harder to ensure we are not spending more than what we have. That’s why we’ve put together a list of essential apps to track your spending, save money and pay your friends that can help you in more ways you can imagine, they are all free and available on iOS and Android devices.

 

Unsubscribe from mailing lists & delete your credit card information

Pretty much all the major shopping sites are happy to do you the favour of remembering your credit card information to provide a better user experience. It’s handy but also dangerous, especially when you’re struggling to save. The less you see or hear about a deal, the less you’ll be inclined to spend.

 

Switch off the appliances you don’t use

Follow these simple steps from our article on energy saving tips for your home that require minimal effort to reduce your carbon footprint and save on your next energy bill.

 

Change your weekend plans

Who says weekend fun has to be expensive? We’ve got the Savvy series on things you can do and eat for under $20, you might find many interesting (and free) activities going on right now in your area.

 

Declutter your wallet

To kickstart your savings goal, our article on life hacks for your wallet tackles many ways you can save starting from the wallet you carry every day!

 

Manage your credit reputation

Your credit score and credit file information are good indicators of your credit worthiness, especially if you plan to apply for credit, such as a credit card or a loan.

Here at Credit Savvy, we give you free and complete access to your Experian credit score, credit report summary and all the resources to improve your credit score over time helping you access better rates or deals to save more money. It takes less than 3 minutes to get your score, so sign up to Credit Savvy today!