Ask These Four Questions To Cut Back On Unnecessary Subscriptions 

Ask These Four Questions To Cut Back On Unnecessary Subscriptions 
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There’s a subscription service for everything these days, from TV to beauty products to meals. Most of them don’t cost much each month, but they can add up. Author Ramit Sethi offers a simple flowchart to help you decide whether your subscription is worth it.

First, you’ll want to make a list of all of the services you’re subscribed to, whether it’s internet, Netflix, gym memberships, whatever. Then, ask yourself the four simple questions in Sethi’s chart:

Depending on your answers, it may be time to reevaluate your subscription. Either cancel it, or see if you can find a cheaper alternative. Sethi’s advice is part of his Save $1000 in 1 Week Challenge, and you can check it out at the link below.

Cut unused subscriptions and free up $240+ [I Will Teach You To Be Rich]


  • You should probably ask yourself if you prefer to use the legal way or the illegal way as you can simply get it for free ? That’s a pretty good question to.

  • To the editor, i know it’s your policy to put a large cover image at the top of each article, but why not make it optional or atleast allow custom sizes, so you don’t end up with an article picture which is just a cropped version of the real picture below it.

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