PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The new owners of The MoveYourMoneyProject, a movement dedicated to educating its readers about the best ways to spend money wisely, recently announced their decision to re-launch the project's website. The site, which stays true to its original values, provides articles about saving money through comparing coupons, using fewer credit cards, cutting back services, and more.
For example, according to the Move Your Money Project, one of the best ways to save money is by reducing the cable bill. The Move Your Money Project suggests being direct and telling the cable company that the subscriber wants their service to be cancelled. Many cable company representatives are more than willing to adjust the prices for their customers by offering them unpublicized, special deals and promotions.
The website also believes that using a low-interest rate credit cards can help consumers save money. The Move Your Money Project compiled a list of the most reliable low-interest credit cards, and cards such as the Chase Freedom, Capital One Platinum, and Citi Diamond Preferred made the cut.
"MoveYourMoney is committed to maintaining the spirit of supporting small, local banks while also helping our readers find ways of saving money," noted the owners of the Move Your Money Project. "We don't believe in the 'too big to fail' mantra and so there's no reason why the big banks can't work for the consumers."
Readers can connect to The Move Your Money Project's latest deals and offers through the website's newsletter, which often includes links to its most popular articles, like "How to Get Free Airline Tickets."
Individuals interested in learning more about the Move Your Money Project can visit the project's website for more information.
About the Move Your Money Project:
"Move your money to a small bank or credit union," was the original spirit of the MoveYourMoneyProject.org website – a movement encouraging consumers, their friends and family, and even local businesses, to support local banks and credit unions. The website aims to educate and encourage readers to make better decisions with how to spend their money. For more information, please visit http://moveyourmoneyproject.org.
SOURCE Move Your Money Project