HomeownersInsurance.com created an infographic filled with experts who explain how to save money in 2014. $16,246 to be exact. Imagine what you could do with that much extra money. That trip to Hawaii that you’ve been putting off for years seems a bit more realistic now.
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Turning your traditional home improvement project into an energy-efficient home improvement project doesn’t require a whole lot of time or money. Well-planned upgrades not only help you start saving money right off the bat, they can also increase you home’s value.
Some people will pretty much fight to the death to defend their favorite grilling method. Let me start by saying that I’m Switzerland in the debate over gas and charcoal grills. I own both, and I like both for various reasons.
Adding ceiling fans to high-traffic rooms around your home is definitely worth some thought. They’re significantly less expensive to buy and run than central air conditioning. A ceiling fan would be a quick, cost-effective method to cool your home this summer.
It seems like everything I look at has an ENERGY STAR label. I’ve wondered something though: Are ENERGY STAR labels marketing ploys or do they really mean something?
If you’re trying to save money where you can, just spend a little bit of time looking around and researching before you purchase a used item.
The most effective way to change your financial habits is to take things one step at a time. For a more frugal 2013, here are some small steps you can take to reach your financial goals.
There’s a lot more to maintaining your house than fixing or repairing things when they stop working. Checking things before they need fixing is important too.
If you’re shopping on a budget, stockings might be low on your list of priorities. Here are some tips to stuff a stocking without spending a ton of cash.
Whether it’s getting laid off at work or a pricey car repair, there comes a time when we’re all a little short on money. If only there was a way to avoid such a situation, right? Actually, there is! It’s called an automatic savings plan.