Cranking up the heat in winter sure feels nice...until you get the bill. Here are five ways to stay warm and stay on a budget.
by: Janey Osterlind | channel: Home
Your water heater can account for 13% of home energy costs. The good news is that there are small, easy tweaks you can make to lower those costs and conserve energy at the same ti
by: Lynn Truong | channel: Frugal Living, Life Hacks
It’s October. In Nebraska. We will see Halloween before we smell the crackling logs on our wood stove. Because it is such a big deal for many to finally crank on the heat, we’ve
by: Linsey Knerl | channel: Frugal Living, Life Hacks, General Tips, Green Living
Recession or not, I think the medium-term trend in energy costs is up. Just in case I'm right, you ought to have plan for that.
by: Philip Brewer | channel: Budgeting, Cars and Transportation
Are you paying through your nose to heat your home this winter? Is your heater broken? Read on for some practical tips to reduce your energy bill and stay warm at the same time.
by: Xin Lu | channel: Personal Finance, Frugal Living, General Tips
Does your budget include a contingency for fuel to get much more expensive? Because it ought to.
I learned about the need for contingencies early. [more]
As the days get shorter and the wind colder, the heating bill has a way of creeping up. CNN Money offers Six ways to shrink that heating bill. [more]
by: Greg Go | channel: Green Living
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