Staying up-to-date while cutting back your technology bill
OKLAHOMA CITY- Adding up the true cost of the technology we love can give you a little sticker shock.
Chances are your family feels like they cannot live without a smartphone, cable television, internet and maybe even digital subscriptions.
Experts say the average American spends about $166 a month or 17 percent of the cost of their mortgage.
Many families don’t notice how much money they spend on downloading apps, downloading music, books and even renting video games.
Debbie Gardner, with the Oklahoma Society of CPAs, stopped by our studios with a few smart ways to cut out what you don’t need and still get your technology fix.
For more information, visit the OSCPA website.
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