Do you print a lot of stuff? I used to, but with the cost of printer ink so high I’ve learned to save things as favorites instead of printing them.
When you do need to print something you can save money with the font you choose. Econfont was created to save on ink, but there is another font that beats it in cheapness: Century Gothic.
Century Gothic is a skinny letter font, very minimal. It looks very modern to me. For resumes, important letters, etc. I would use something more substantial looking and more typical for business use.
Click the title of this post to see samples of Century Gothic at cnet. There is also a chart for cost comparison with other fonts. The savings look miniscule until you multiply by a lot of printing. I’m not saying you will save a ton of money with it, but if you print a lot of stuff it can’t hurt.