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A Super Easy Way To Cut Monthly Expenses

March 13, 2017
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One way to get your budget under control is to cut monthly expenses. Easier said than done, right?

It’s annoying to get on the phone and call your cable or mobile phone company to get cheaper service. It’s frustrating being upsold to while you’re on the phone simply trying to save an extra dollar.

Until recently, I didn’t know there was a money saving app that could help you cut monthly expenses without having to call around to check prices. When I heard about Squeeze, I was immediately intrigued and knew this could be a major time saver!

Squeeze is a new app on the scene that makes life easier for folks. For those of us who want to reduce some monthly expenses and find extra ways to save in an already tight budget.

So today I want to share with you the reasons this app is so cool and how it can help you create a little wiggle room in your budget.


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What Is Squeeze and How Can it Help Cut Monthly Expenses?

Squeeze is a downloadable app, available for Android and iPhone users, that allows you to connect your bank accounts. The app will track your monthly bills and daily spending.

The bill tracking system will give you the option to compare different service providers. This is how the app can help you save money. You can compare mobile packages, television subscriptions, and internet services.

When the app monitors your spending, they will provide you with advice on how to save on your everyday spending as well. The idea here is to figure out where your money is going and help you stay within your budget.

Finally, Squeeze provides financial insights to help you understand your bigger financial picture. You will gain a better understanding of how the suggested savings and price comparison models will help you get closer to your financial goals.

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cut monthly expenses with Squeeze


Is Squeeze Right For You?

This app isn’t hard to use at all. You simply download the app into your phone, connect your accounts, and access your current situation. The app is secured by bank-level encryption, so you don’t have to worry about security.

Squeeze is totally free to use and is transparent with their price comparison tools. They are compensated by partners at no cost to you.

Squeeze is perfect for you if you can’t seem to cut monthly expenses. Sometimes it doesn’t seem like there is anything left to cut, so it’s good to have a handy app that does the hard work for you.

You simply compare using their tools and save money. That’s a win-win in my book. If a spending category isn’t available to squeeze on their app, you can email them with a recommendation.

Also, if you find a better pricing model, that’s offered elsewhere, they’ll take your email on that too. They try to offer the best prices available and want to know if there is something out there that’s better.


Wrapping Thangs Up

So basically, Squeeze is going to help you gain insights on your bills so you can reduce costs. It is also going to help you track and manage your spending and check prices on your recurring bills.

If you don’t want to be stuck on the phone trying to get the best deal from your current provider, this money saving app will do the heavy lifting for you. Just download Squeeze, connect your accounts and get ready to save money. Who knew there was such an easy way to cut expenses?


Have any of you tried Squeeze?


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Latoya Scott
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Latoya Scott is a Certified Financial Education Instructor and personal finance writer with a mission to help millennials learn how to stop living paycheck to paycheck so they can become financially carefree.

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  • Tomiko March 13, 2017 at 11:02 am

    I just started couponing and I recently paid off 3 credit cards so I have 3 more to go. I’m learning to budget my money and stay on task
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  • Kemkem March 13, 2017 at 11:48 am

    Love the name of the app! It sounds like a great way to keep track of your money, which is always a good thing! 🙂

  • Erica March 13, 2017 at 12:14 pm

    Does the app show you how to cut cost on auto payments and rental payments?

    • Latoya Scott March 21, 2017 at 5:51 pm

      Unfortunately, I think it’s only for bills like cable and internet. They have an option on there to submit anything you recommend it should have though.

  • Tanya March 13, 2017 at 12:19 pm

    I will be downloading this app ASAP!! This is a start…I will share it with hubby.

  • Carissa March 13, 2017 at 1:26 pm

    I will be downloading this app ASAP!!! And I will tell my husband to download it…we need to save more however we can!

    • Latoya Scott March 21, 2017 at 5:50 pm

      Awesome, Carissa! Best of luck!

  • Talisa March 13, 2017 at 1:32 pm

    I’m gonna try this out. Hate to admit this but I’m a mess with budgeting. I do it for a month or two (3 max) and then life gets in the way and I just forget and never get around to it. Never thought about trying an app. It’ll hopefully keep me accountable since I’m on my phone so much. Thanks!

  • Keisha March 13, 2017 at 3:26 pm

    I will definitely download this app! Who doesn’t love a little wiggle room in their budget I know I do. Thanks for sharing!

  • Kirstin Fuller March 14, 2017 at 11:36 pm

    Great information to have in our current economy. Squeeze seems like a necessary tool because we all need to cut expenses and save a little more money.
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  • RaNesha March 15, 2017 at 7:55 am

    My goal is to cut cable and reduce our phone bill I feel like we’re spending way too much

    • Latoya Scott March 21, 2017 at 5:48 pm

      Hang in there. Focus on one at a time and you’ll start to see progress!

  • Cleverly Changing March 16, 2017 at 7:38 am

    Honestly, I am a little funny about connecting my bank account information to apps, even if they claim to be secure. Technology has the potential to be hacked so as tempting as it is, I tend to be cautious.
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  • Stacie March 16, 2017 at 12:06 pm

    It amazes me how many apps there are for saving money and budgeting! Thanks for the heads up.
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    • Latoya Scott March 21, 2017 at 5:44 pm

      You’re welcome, Stacie!

  • Terri March 16, 2017 at 1:09 pm

    This sounds like a great app. I know it’s encrypted, but I’m still nervous about downloading. I’m really cautious when comes to downloading apps that access bank info. It took me forever to download Mint because of it. And I actually still have yet to download Digit. Not sure if I’ll ever get the nerve to download, but I’ll definitely let people know about this one.
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    • Latoya Scott March 21, 2017 at 5:44 pm

      Me too, Terri! With most of the banking apps I use though, I only hook them up to our small spending accounts. Mostly because nothing is hardly ever in there and it’s just something my hubby and I use for groceries and gas. Our household account holds the bulk of our budget and I haven’t hooked up nan’ one of these apps to it, lol!

  • LaQuisha March 27, 2017 at 6:05 am

    This is helpful, especially during my financial fast! Thanks for sharing!
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