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Top 3 apps to cancel your subscription services with ease
Tired of paying for all those damn subscriptions?
Reducing or eliminating those little ‘convenience fees’ could do wonders for your mental health. But most subscription services don’t make it easy to cancel. So, what is the best way to eliminate some of those monthly charges and put that money to better use?
On this episode of Queer Money, we share three easy ways to cancel your unwanted subscription services, exploring how the pandemic contributed to the rise of subscriptions and why people are tired of paying for them. We explore how much we think we’re paying per month for subscriptions versus how much we’re really spending and challenge you to put some of that money to better use.
Listen in for insight on the benefits of using Rocket Money, Trim, or Eno to manage your subscriptions, and learn how reducing monthly payments to subscription services can improve your mental health!
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Topics covered on the easiest way to cancel subscription services
- Why people are sick and tired of paying for multiple subscription services every month
- How the isolation of the pandemic contributed to the rise of subscription services
- How much we think we’re paying per month for subscriptions vs. how much we’re really spending
- Why you might be paying more for a subscription if you signed up through a mobile app
- Our top 3 apps for canceling subscription services you don’t use
- Why we suggest the Rocket Money, Trim, or Eno by Capital One subscription management apps
- The pros and cons of using Hiatus, TrackMySubs, or PocketGuard to manage subscriptions
Resources on the easiest way to cancel subscription services
- Bankrate Money & Mental Health Survey on BankRate.com
- 4: The Principles of a Debt-Free Life by John R. Schneider and David Auten
- ‘People Are Sick and Tired of All Their Subscriptions’ in The Wall Street Journal.com
- Credit Karma Survey on Bad Financial Habits on CreditKarma.com
- Rocket Money.com
- Eno by Capital One
- Credit Card Debt Slasher Toolbox
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Watch this week’s episode on the easiest way to cancel subscription services.
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We’re David and John Auten-Schneider, the Debt Free Guys (www.debtfreeguys.com) and hosts of the Queer Money® podcast. We help queer people (and allies) live fabulously not fabulously broke by helping them 1) pay off credit card debt, 2) become part- or full-time entrepreneurs and 3) save and invest for retirement.