1. Stocks

 Avoid high-risk investments. Bloomberg proposes that customers consider alternate assets such as US savings bonds.

2. Cars

Car costs have been particularly badly affected by inflation this year. Microchip supply has escalated prices. Keep your present vehicle.

2. Cars

Car costs have been particularly badly affected by inflation this year. Microchip supply has escalated prices. Keep your present vehicle.

3. Clothing

Clothing is another item whose prices are increasing. This year and perhaps next, new clothing will be unusually pricey.

4. Gasoline

Make every effort to purchase less fuel than you absolutely require. Prices have risen from $3 per gallon last year to more than $5 per gallon this year.

5. Eggs

Egg prices have climbed the most in the food category, by 33%. A variety of items can efficiently substitute eggs in terms of nutrients. Yogurt, tofu, etc.

6. Coffee

Coffee costs have risen by 16%, while tea prices have risen by 6%. Each has roughly the same amount of caffeine.

7. Travel

Avoid traveling. Not only are petrol prices high, but the cost of plane tickets increased by 34%  in June. According to CPI data, hotel prices are also 10% higher.

8. Credit cards

Purchases should not be made using credit cards. Some credit cards have interest rates that exceed 20%.and may go even higher in the coming months.

9. Lawnmower

Purchase no gas-powered lawnmower or other outdoor power equipment. According to CS Monitor, electric equipment may save up to 50% on fuel prices.