Kill Your Bills with Joel Gibson
My guest today is Joel Gibson, the author of Kill Bills, a money saving expert, columnist and Campaign Director at One Big Switch. His motto is to save as much as you can on the boring stuff so you’ve got money to spend on the fun stuff. So, if having more money to spend on fun sounds like your kind of thing, tune in to hear some insider tips and tricks for paying less on your bills.
In this episode, Joel gives us the run down on why the cost of everything from lettuce to energy bills has increased and he shares his top hacks for minimising what you spend on household bills, groceries and petrol.
In his book, Joel shares 9 different areas to master to become a money saving ninja, and today he shares some great advice on a couple of these areas, including how to negotiate your bills, and why you should be ruthlessly disloyal.
The cost of living is on the rise, but with Joel’s hacks, he assures us that we can save hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in a matter of minutes. Stay tuned to the end of the episode where Joel and I play a game of yay or nay, talking about everything from Uber Eats to credit cards.
We’d love to hear about the savings you find after implementing Joel’s money-saving hacks.
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