Um, I Already Knew That: The No-brainer Money Saver Quiz
Some of the most basic money saving tips are easy to overlook or forget about. We're sure you already know about these no-brainer money savers, but test your knowledge … just in case.
Stores frequently put clothes that are out of season on the clearance rack at a steep discount.
Laundry detergent is a good product to buy in bulk.
While you're stocking up on detergent, buy a few jugs of bleach while you're at it.
Riding a bike to work can save you almost $50 per week.
Public transportation is the best option for the budget-conscious commuter.
Paper goods are ideal for buying in bulk. Go ahead, buy that 32-pack of paper towels as long as you have room to store it!
Versatile items are best when it comes to clothes shopping.
Buying in bulk can save you five to 10 percent on some items.
It's possible to make coffee at home for just a few cents per cup.
Turning the heat down when you leave the house is pointless because you use up any energy you save warming the house up again.
The recommended winter thermostat setting is 72 degrees Fahrenheit (22.2 degrees Celsius).
Planning your wardrobe can save you money by ensuring you only buy clothes you need.
You can slash a huge chunk out of your clothing budget by skipping pricey name brands.
It's pointless to buy a bathing suit in October. You'll lose it before summer comes around.
Meat would be a good item to buy in bulk.
You should turn your thermostat down to 55 degrees Fahrenheit (12.8 degrees Celsius) at night.
Turning down the heat when you leave or go to bed is a good idea for all types of heating units.
Turning down your thermostat can save you 1 percent or more per degree on your heating costs.
Riding a bike instead of taking a bus could save you more than $600 a year.
Fashion outlet stores often have name brand clothes at cheaper prices than department stores.