Improved health is a major reason to quit smoking, but the financial benefit often surprises those trying to stop smoking. Your exact savings will depend on how many cigarettes you currently smoke and the cost of a pack. An average smoker in the U.S. who smokes one pack a day could save $1,750 per year on cigarettes alone and up to $15,000-$20,000 per year when the cost of cigarettes is added to the higher cost of healthcare, insurance, home and auto depreciation, and other smoking related costs.
Check out our short video, “A Pack a Day or a Ferrari?” for a fun summary of the savings you could achieve.
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