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Conquered some "stealth bills"

January 15th, 2009 at 10:45 am

In my effort to reduce our monthly expenses, I didn't think I had much to cut. But then I realized we had some stealth bills, you know, bills you pay but don't think about because it's not something obvious like a mortgage or electric bill.

I paid about $25 a month for Webhosting for two web sites. So, I just moved all of my sites to a new company, where the cost is $150 a year (although my first two years are free, long story).

This will cut my Web bill from about $300 a year to $150, although I will still have to pay about $34 a year to maintain my domain registrations. Still, it is a lot less.

3 Responses to “Conquered some "stealth bills"”

  1. mooshocker Says:

    Every little bit counts. Just remember after you write the check, make the $34.00 into $40.00 (see my forced checkbook savings idea). God bless.

  2. VC Says:

    I think that's one of the key things to saving money. The little bills that you don't really think about but still pay. I like the name "stealth bill" too.

  3. frugaltexan75 Says:

    Have you checked into godaddy.com? They might save you some money on the web hosting.

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