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07/01/2014

Seven Ways to Save at the Supermarket

Food shopping is an essential part of living for every family. But over the years, prices on fare have increased steadily, causing households to spend more and more on their weekly groceries. And, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics' Consumer Expenditure Survey, the average American family shells out nearly $540 a month on food, with an average of approximately $312 for groceries.

But unlike your mortgage or gas bill, what you spend on food is flexible. Read the July edition of Avidia Monthly to start with these tips to reduce your supermarket spending today!

06/01/2014

Where's My Phone!?

Do you know that feeling of panic you get upon realizing you can't find your smartphone ANYWHERE? It's not in your pocket, not in your car and your kids don't have it. Did you leave it in the cart at the store? Is it on your desk at work? Did someone steal it? It feels like you've lost your wallet. Well, that's not too far from the truth. Read our June newsletter to learn about effective ways to protect your phone's information before it becomes lost or stolen.

05/01/2014

Budget-Friendly Renovating Tips

Your bathroom tile is cracking, your kitchen cabinets are outdated and how great would it be to finally add a fireplace to your living room? So, what’s stopping you? More times than not, it’s the high costs associated with renovations that leaves homeowners at a standstill.

Fortunately, there are many ways to save on these extra expenses. If you’re on a budget, consider these cost-cutting home renovating tips.

Read our latest edition of Avidia Monthly to find out these cost-cutting tips and more such as:

04/01/2014

Budget Now to Make Your Holiday Season a Jolly One

The 2013 holiday season seems like it just ended, and tax season is already coming to a close. Now might not seem like the best time to start budgeting for wintertime vacations and gift giving, but when it comes to planning your 2014 festivities, there’s no time like the present.

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