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  1. Frugal Hack: Adjust Your Thermostat

    Frugal Hack: Adjust Your Thermostat

    This week's Frugal Friday tends to be a daily struggle for some households. How warm or cold to keep the house. Keeping your home a few degrees cooler in the winter or even a few degrees warmer in the summer helps your heating & cooling systems from being overworked. This in turn, saves you more money on energy costs each month!

  2. 11 Gas Apps to Save on Fuel Cost

    11 Gas Apps to Save on Fuel Cost

    This week's Thrifty Thursday covers the cost savings of using a fuel saver or gas app on your phone. Whether it be a specific fuel saver, rewards credit card, or even an app on your phone, using some sort of application to save money on your daily commute definitely has its benefits. CreditSoup breaks it down for you here in our weekly Thrifty Thursday tip on saving money.

  3. Frugal Friday Suggests Working From Home

    Frugal Friday Suggests Working From Home

    Frugal Friday this week is a tip that we all can agree on. And, thanks in part to the pandemic, made us realize how much we actually do save by working from home! The following three items factor into the cost involved in your weekly work commute.

  4. Wash Your Car Yourself

    Wash Your Car Yourself

    Thrifty Thursday this week talks about washing your car yourself. Experts suggest washing your car every two weeks and getting a detail twice a year to make sure it stays in good condition. CreditSoup offers some tips to help keep your vehicle in pristine condition!


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