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4 Lazy Ways to Save Electricity with Technology

I freely admit to being lazy sometimes and finding easy ways to save electricity makes me feel a little better about it. In the past 5 years, there have been so many cool advances in technology plus prices have come down on the gadgets. Here are my favorite 4 and a bonus lazy life hack that has nothing to do with saving electricity.   Smart

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4 Ways to Save Money on Electricity

Electricity is one of the most expensive monthly bills for Americans. If you’re in a de-regulated market you can shop around for the best rates, but if your electricity is regulated by a local government, you still have options for lowering your electricity bill. Here are 3 ways to save money on electricity by making changes around your home.

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Does this Summer Seem “Extra Hot” to You?

Summer bills are always higher because of the heat, but it really seems to me that this year is worse than usual. I have friends all over the country that have complained about the crazy heat lately.   Nothing We Can Do About It, Right? Well, we certainly can’t control the weather. However, there are plenty of things that will help you keep your cool,

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Are Your Bills Controlling You?

When I was younger, I used to think life was going to be so much easier as an adult. I’d be free to do whatever I wanted, whenever I wanted and buy anything I wanted. What I’ve learned is I can eat ice cream anytime I want, and nobody is controlling my bedtime, but the costs of being an adult sometimes control my life.  

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This Idea is Genius! Save Me Money!

As you know, BillCutterz has recently celebrated 10 years of saving money for its customers. We are very proud of this milestone and look forward to the next 10 years of helping people save money on their monthly bills. We’ve published money-saving tips on our blog since 2010 and have shared tips from our favorite bloggers, too.   Are There Any New Tips? We keep

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Emergency Preparedness

This has been weighing on my mind lately, too late for our Midwestern states, but still an important topic. I just moved away from the coast, so hurricanes aren’t much of a concern for me anymore but flooding still is. And in many parts of the country, snow can wreak all kinds of havoc, too. Hurricane season officially starts on June 1, so its time

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Do You Question the Cost of Your Monthly Bills?

Every month I get a series of bills, and they all tend to be about the same each month. My utility, internet, and tv subscriptions are all predictable within a few dollars. My electricity is billed on a rolling average, so it doesn’t fluctuate a huge amount either. Most people probably have the same experience, and as long as the variations aren’t extreme, won’t question

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What’s Up with This FIRE Movement?

Have you heard of the FIRE movement yet? I’ve heard of it in passing a few times over the past couple of years, but it seems that recently it’s getting a lot of attention. In case you haven’t heard of it, it stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early. Sounds like a pretty good plan, doesn’t it? I’ll hit some of the highlights and provide links

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Moving Is Not for The Weak

It’s no secret I recently moved, and since it wasn’t a local move, I had to get it all done in one day. It has been several years since I did so, and I forgot how stressful and expensive it was. I learned a few new lessons this time, so I’m going to share them.   You Can’t Start Too Soon I knew my move-out

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Is Daylight Saving Time Making You Crazy?

Is Saving Time Still Relevant? Not only is this Sunday the day we spring forward and lose an hour of sleep, it’s the 100th anniversary of Daylight Saving Time. It hasn’t been 100 continuous years though; DST officially became a real thing in 1966. Let’s talk a little bit about DST…   What Is the Reason for It? The original rationale was to have more

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