Connecticut Taxes, Gas Prices and the Cost of Food Are Going Up So How…
It does not take a rocket scientist to figure out that we are getting assaulted from every side by rising costs in our cost of living. I get a knot in my stomach every time that I see the newspaper graph that shows the cost of living in Connecticut is dramatically higher than the national cost of living. How are we supposed to keep up with this increase in our prices if we are not getting matching increases in our income?
There only solution to the problem we are facing today and that is to save money wherever you can in order to keep it in your pocket. That method cutting back on travel, bringing your lunch to work and already ironing your own clothes as opposed to using dry cleaners. While I am a big believer in cutting back on the little things I do not want you to forget about the big things that could really have a huge impact like your Connecticut mortgage payment. When was the last time you took a serious look at your mortgage with the goal of lowering your monthly payment? When was the last time you called your mortgage specialized to ask them for the lowest possible rate that you could qualify for already if you paid a point or two to get it?
When things are going good it is always easy to forget about the many ways to save money, but when things tighten up we all have a inclination to pay close attention to every dollar that we use. Maybe today is a good day to go ahead and get really in touch with the biggest way that you can cut back on your monthly expenses by refinancing your Connecticut mortgage into a lower interest rate.