8 Hacks to Help You Beat Inflation

Wondering how to save money during inflation? You’re not alone. Skyrocketing prices are affecting everyone and today we’re going to cover 10 tips you need to know to survive.

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00:00 Intro
00:19 Budgeting
00:41 Easy Way to Lower Bills
01:06 Discount Retailers
01:29 Substitutions
01:47 Buying in Bulk
02:17 Leverage Rewards
02:47 Reduce Use
03:12 The Hard Part

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Wondering how to save money during inflation? You’re not alone. Skyrocketing prices are affecting everyone and today we’re going to cover 10 tips you need to know to survive.

I’m Nicole from Low Income Relief, where we help millions of people save money and
get free stuff.

First, make a budget. In America, over 63% of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck and more than 21% struggle to pay their bills. You need to know what your expenses are and how much you can afford to spend. Create an outline – even if it’s just a simple spreadsheet – so that you can clearly see how much money comes in and out of your accounts every month.

Second, sign up for Trim. This service can help negotiate your bills, cancel subscriptions, and save you money. This helpful little bot can negotiate your internet, cable, phone, and even medical bills. On average, Trim users save an average of $625. Check it out at LowIncomeRelief.com/Trim or by using the affiliate link in the description below.

Third, find the discount retailers in your area. Bulk stores like Costco and Sam’s Club can help you save money, but my favorite stores are the smaller, local retailers that sell overstocked products at a discount. In our area, Grocery Outlet is great for that. I can usually find food for 50-70% off at Grocery Outlet, so it’s one of my favorite places to shop.

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