Best Money Tips: Cut Your Electricity Bill

by Ashley Jacobs on 8 April 2013 2 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some stellar articles on ways to cut your electricity bill, entertaining yourself for free or cheap, and ovecoming your financial fears.

Top 5 Articles

10 Simple and Smart Ways to Cut Your Electricity Bill — To cut your electricity bill, clean your machines so they run efficiently. [PopSugar Smart Living]

The 7 Best Ways to Entertain Yourself Free or Cheap — Entertain yourself for free by volunteering at concerts and festivals. [Money Talks News]

4 TIPS for Overcoming Your Financial Fears — Thinking differently can help you overcome your financial fears. [Bargaineering]

7 Best Ways to Keep Your Money Safe When Traveling — Avoiding secluded ATMs can help you keep your money safe when you travel. [Money Crashers]

How to raise money-smart kids — Take advantage of apps to help you raise your kids to be financially savvy. [MSN Money]

Other Essential Reading

Amass $70,000 By Changing One Lifestyle Habit — Stocking your car with snacks instead of buying them from snack shops when you're hungry can help you save a ton of money! [Barbara Friedberg Personal Finance]

What Banks are Doing to Help Troubled Borrowers — In order to help troubled borrowers, banks are doing quicker short sales. [Credit Sesame]

Facts About U.S. Money — Did you know paper currency was first issued in 1862 to make up for the shortage of coins and to fund the Civil War? [Free Money Finance]

Declutter Your Life — To delutter your life, sell your unwanted stuff on Craigslist or eBay. [Kiplinger]

11 Questions to Ask a Special Needs Camp — If you have a special needs child who you are sending to camp, be sure to ask the camp about their staff to camper ratio. [Parenting Squad]

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Great articles you shared. I really enjoyed the article on cutting your electricity bill down since this seems to be a reoccurring problem since I moved into my apartment.

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Here's one tip: don't assume your electric heating is off when you move into a new home. If you don't need the heating, turn off the breakers controlling it. We learned this the hard way, and we're saving a LOT of money now.