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Nacho, Nacho, Man...

Hey...what do you call cheese that isn't yours? Nacho Cheese. You can already tell this is going to be a good post. Nachos are one of the ultimate comfort foods. Not only are they super easy to make, but if you do them right they include at least one vegetable so they are also basically a health food. Nachos are so diverse - it doesn't really matter what you put on them. Nachos have no rules. Apparently chips aren't even required. Don't believe us, check out FirstWeFeast's bucket list nachos. There are some real inspirations on there. We're probably going to try to replicate the Tatchos tonight. Spark Notes - Tatchos are nachos that sub chips for tater tots. You're welcome.

So what do nachos have to do with finance? You need both nachos and finance to live, so they are basically equal on the list of life essentials. According to Statista, 241.82 million Americans consumed corn or tortilla chips in 2016. Based on that, every American should work tortilla savings into their annual budget.

1) Making those nachos at home? Great. The average family is spending $7,852 a year on groceries. We have a strategy to put 10% of that back into your pocket.

2) Going to dine out? Excellent. The Savor credit card will get you 3% cash back on all dining purchases, without charging an annual fee.

Happy International Day of the Nacho. Don't forget to pair your nachos with a good beer.