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Old 12-04-2012, 03:33 PM   #21
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Do as we did; cancel the household landline. We found that as time went on, the landline was used less and less and then only for spam calls. Haven't missed it a bit.

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Do as we did; cancel the household landline. We found that as time went on, the landline was used less and less and then only for spam calls. Haven't missed it a bit.
We dock the droid in the kitchen and use a cordelss 2 cell for the house.
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Basically run a current day to day monthly log on all outcome. Include everything gas, water & power usages (from the bill cycles), land lines ,TV , cell and entertainment ,groceries, comfort food ,alcohol,cigs,cigars,guns, ammo, reload, clothes, etc etc.

Then set back and review, then start looking for areas and ways to cut back,better deal,better packages, etc.etc. and set a budget.

Now with the savings gained decide what the plan is for that Break it into goals such as save $5K in one year.??

It's always easier said than done.. Good Luck..

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