I just signed up for medical benefits through my employer but the weekly cost is significant: $160 a week! (I remember when it was $85 a month). So this equates to over $600 a month out of my paycheck. So we are looking to cut back on expenses.
- I pay nearly $200 to (the evil) Sprint for our two phones. I'm looking to move to Consumer Celluar and the total cost for the two phones should be $55 a month. But I need to call Sprint.
- Insurance costs us $440 a month which covers two cars and three drivers plus a $1M umbrella insurance in case someone does something on our property. Plus home insurance. Can I save money going from State Farm to Progressive?
- I pay nearly $200 a month for Comcast for phone/Internet/TV. But there's so much content on TV that I do not want or watch (i.e. Indian Cricket coverage, Spanish programming). We are considered getting rid of our land line and going only to mobile. And we're thinking of going to YouTubeTV ($50 a month) for TV, but it will require working with a laptop to stream to our TV.
Other than Netlfix, I don't subscribe to any streaming services. (Amazon Prime is paid at one time for a year of benefits, including Prime Video) I only have Dollar Shave Club for $6 a month. Where else can I cut back?