This pandemic has significantly changed our lives and the routines we have been accustomed to. The changes have been drastic and sudden. One of the major changes is that people are driving less than they were a few months ago. No more daily commutes, no more traffic jams, less fuel (and more savings)…you get the picture. With these changes, there are plenty of opportunities to also save on your insurance costs. This article will discuss 3 ways to save money on your auto insurance plan today. Hopefully you can take advantage of some (or all) of the ways to save.
Time to make another fight for my money, something that we should always do, with every purchase decision in our life. I have recently had a few items drop off from my driving record (minor items, I promise!), pushing me to look at bills that are costly, on an annual basis. Outside of the mortgage/house payment, what else is very expense? Yes, auto and house insurance, something that I was spending approximately $1,425.00 combined for the year. It is time to drill this expense down!
Another month down and we are quickly approaching 2016. HOLY FREAKING SMOKES! Guess it is time to start brainstorming some new, fresh goals for ourselves as we prepare for the calendar. This year has been amazing for many of us, as we have pushed ourselves to invest as much as possible and set surpassed several investing milestones along the way. Such as investing X amount of new capital during the calendar year or blowing past an insane dividend income milestone. Now, let’s take some time to reflect on how well us and many others in the community have grown. This is the October edition of our dividend income summary from others in the dividend growth investing community.
Three months are in the book baby! Given that 90 days have past, it’s time to look back at the goals I previously set back in November of 2014 and to see what lane I am in on this track to accomplishing them. I went into the 2015 year with full of positivity and motivation to line them up and knock them out of the park. How big has the bat been this winter? Time for the quarterly update. Continue reading