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4 Ways to Shrink Your Cost of Living with PowerWallet

by on April 27, 2012

By Samantha Savory

  1. Set up spending limits – By setting spending limits, you will be notified when you are about to reach your desired maximum spending limit and just like that, you can get prevent yourself from overspending on your cost of living.
  2. Set up bill alerts – Another way to reduce your cost of living is to eliminate unnecessary fees and interest penalties due to making a late bill payment. Set up bill alerts within your PowerWallet and each time a bill is a due, an email will be sent to you and just like that, you reduce wasteful fees from your cost of living.
  3. Use your PowerWallet often – By using your PowerWallet on a consistent basis, you will earn points that you can eventually redeem for a gift card to your favorite retailer or restaurant.  You can even redeem your points for a Visa gift card! Yep, that’s right – you can get FREE stuff just by budgeting and planning with the PowerWallet tool! This will help you feel less of a pinch when it comes to all of your expenses.
  4. Conduct an annual bill audit via PowerWallet – PowerWallet makes it super easy for you to view all of your bills and financial accounts in one secure location.  Try to review all your bills on a monthly or bi-monthly basis and determine wants versus needs.  This can help you cut wasteful spending in your budget and overall reduce your cost of living.

To get FREE access to PowerWallet, visit and sign up today! It’s easy, FREE and all your personal and financial information is secure and backed up by bank-level security.

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