Tag: savings

Bulking Up

Bulking Up

January 3, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Everyone has seen the newest trend in shopping; extreme couponing and buying in bulk. However, when it comes down to buying a year’s worth of toilet paper, is it worth it? Cheap Online Degrees has created an infographic listing the numbers behind price club enrollment, whether shopping in bulk is worth it, and where to steer clear when it comes to shopping in bulk.

Grow Your Savings

Grow Your Savings

October 15, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Like planting a tree, the best time to start saving is 20 years ago. The second best time is now. Check out this infographic and learn how to make your savings grow.

How Australians Are Saving Money

How Australians Are Saving Money

February 26, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

RAMS , who offers a wide range of financial products (including home loans and RAMS High Savings Account) in Australia, has conducted a survey under 1,087 Australians about how they are saving their money. Based on the results, they have put together the following infographic.

The Future of the Australian Daily Deals Industry

The Future of the Australian Daily Deals Industry

January 14, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

How big is the daily deal industry in Australia and were is it heading? Competitions.com.au has crunched the numbers and put together this interesting infographic on the Future of Daily Deals in Australia.

A Year in The Life of Cashback Customers

A Year in The Life of Cashback Customers

December 20, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

How much cashback could you save in a year? TopCashBack has collected all the data saved by cashback customers over a year in different sectors to show a year in the life of a cashback customer. As 2012 draws to a close, they have reflected on the journey their customers go through when using cashback. Take a look at the infographic and see how much you could save.

How To Save $2882 By Using Coupons?

How To Save $2882 By Using Coupons?

November 6, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

This infographic shows how big a savings you will get from using coupon codes. Stores are offering great deals with household earning more than $70,000 each month and families with more members being the ones that will benefit most from this promotion.

You Are Not Special But Your Purchases Are

You Are Not Special But Your Purchases Are

September 12, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

We live in a day where the more you know about someone, the better. For retailers this couldn’t be more true. Today, retailers are picking up on your shopping habits and using them to custom tailor coupons and offers specifically with you in mind.

The Shrinking Dollar

The Shrinking Dollar

September 10, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Inflation is a very real problem that neither candidate seems apt to discus on the campaign trail. This infographic from Wholesale Gold Group is aimed at bringing awareness to people so that they can make more informed investment and saving decisions.

15 Ways To Fill Your Own Pot of Gold

15 Ways To Fill Your Own Pot of Gold

April 10, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

Fact: 50% of American’s population does not have any savings at all. Know we all know that the easiest way to save money is to have a set amount automatically deposited into your bank account each pay period. However, if you want to go the extra mile and save enough to afford some of your long overdue guilty pleasures, the tips provided in this infographic should help.

The Power of the Extra Dollar

The Power of the Extra Dollar

April 9, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Nobody wants to pay more than they have to. But paying even just an extra dollar on all your long-term loans or credit card bills can save you money in the long run. With this extra payment, you make a small step toward control of your financial future. CreditDonkey shows you how in the following infographic.

Stormy Weather: Are Americans Prepared for a Rainy Day?

Stormy Weather: Are Americans Prepared for a Rainy Day?

January 26, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

The start of a new year is the quintessential time to roll out a fresh financial plan. One of the more overlooked necessities of financial planning is the rainy day fund. Experts recommend you have at least six months of easily-accessible savings set aside in the case of an emergency. In this infographic published by Mint.com, learn how Americans are doing in this department, as well as how to go about setting money aside for this important fund.