Although you can make some adjustments to the order you pay bills based on your circumstances, it’s usually best to focus on paying your housing bills first, then paying what you can with the money you have remaining.
UtilitiesAfter your mortgage or rent payment, the next most important bills are your utility bills: gas, water and sewage, and electricity.
The more you go to the store, the more likely you are to buy things you don’t need.
The more you go to the store, the more likely you are to buy things you don’t need.
While you do need your phone to stay connected, you most likely don’t need both a landline and a cellphone.

Comments to: Which Bills to Pay Off First (or Cancel) When Money Runs Tight

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Attach images - Only PNG, JPG, JPEG and GIF are supported.

Login

Welcome to Typer

Brief and amiable onboarding is the first thing a new user sees in the theme.
Join Typer
Registration is closed.