Most Americans agree that people need life insurance. Yet only about 70% of Americans have one.
This is sad considering the benefits of having one, and the consequences of not having one.
Insurance is one of the things that’s so easy to put off, unlike health insurance that you know you’re going to need one of these days, or sometimes, almost immediately. But with life insurance, the future seems too far so it’s easier to think you don’t need one yet.
But the more time you put it off, the greater the risks.
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The saying “time is money” has never been more true, particularly if you’re an entrepreneur, side hustler, or freelancer. Have you ever thought “if only I could hire a personal assistant…” when presented with some necessary-yet-time-intensive life task, like grocery shopping or car repairs?
While you could outsource your grocery shopping to Task Rabbit, it’s more risky trusting your car repair to someone on Task Rabbit, or even online. You’re usually left with two options: the dealerships, which will charge you the most, or a local mechanic, who may or may not be reputable. Also, either way, you’re going to be without your car for hours, and depending on the repair, you could be out days.
Wouldn’t it be better if a mechanic could come to you, work on your car, and be done by the end of the day? Having that sort of luxury is usually associated with the upper echelons, but no more. YourMechanic.com is a relatively new company, started in 2011, that brings reputable mechanics to where ever you are to handle your auto repair and maintenance needs.
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I always enjoy dining out at a restaurant. After a long day or week at work, it’s nice not to have to worry about cooking a meal or dealing with the cleanup. Dining out, however, can really negatively impact a budget. So, while I appreciate the perks of dining out, I also do my best to cut costs when eating out.
It’s surprisingly simple to save money at restaurants, and there are plenty of ways to relish your dining out experience while simultaneously cutting your bill. Here are seven tips to help you save money when dining out.
Make it Special
Consider only going out to eat for special occasions. While it’s easy to get in the habit of dining out frequently, the cost can really add up over time. An easy way to cut on dining out expenses is to simply go less often. Instead of going out just for the sake of going out, make dining out a special treat or to celebrate a special occasion.
Go Out to Lunch Instead
Restaurants often price their lunch menu lower than their dinner menu. Also, restaurants tend to have value packed lunch specials to draw in more lunch time patrons. Dining out for lunch rather than dinner gives you the same experience with a much lower bill.