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5 Things You Miss Noticing on Your Bills

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What do you do when you see a bill? Read the payment amount or the due date, right? I used to do the same, but on different occasions, I’ve realized that there is much more information on a bill than we can think of. And it’s very useful. Some of it have helped me to save money and other time I was warned of a bad store policy. So, next time you hold your utility bill, restaurant bill or bill from your store purchase - pay attention to the following things -
Date of return on the store bill We all presume a minimum of 15-day return policy in stores. When the Reebok store opened in Ambala, I was shocked to see that they have a 2-day return policy. Sometimes we buy a gift or it may happen that you find a defect in a product later. To be on a safe side, I prefer to have at least 15-day return policy. Do check the return policy on your bills to cover the risk of defect.
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10 Purchases that Help You Save Money

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Spend money to save money - it may sound like an oxymoron, but the statement is true. There are many things one should buy to save money on day-to-day expenditure and on high-value items. Reusable Water BottlesCarry a good food grade water bottle when you go outside. It’s a must for travellers. Instead of buying overpriced packaged water on your trip, fill filtered water from hotel, restaurant and airport to save money. I calculated - on my last trip I saved nearly 300 rupees by using a reusable water bottle.
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What is better: Renting a home or buying a home?

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When we got married, our first priority was to buy a home. We collected every rupee, postponed the purchase of a few necessities and booked an apartment. This was the mature thing to do. Though, later we realized that buying a home is a very complex decision. There are many other factors involved in it, besides investment. Ask yourself the following questions before deciding which option is better for you - renting or buying
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