What provides you with clean water, comfort, and energy and keeps you connected to the entire world? Here’s a hint: it’s mostly invisible during the day and night, but magically shows up on your monthly bills. The answer: utilities.
Whether you rent or own your home, utilities are a part of life and thus a part of your budget.
You spend more every month on bills than you have to. But knowing that and knowing what to do about it are two different things. There are lots of options out there for Internet, TV, phone, utilities, and credit cards. The trick is knowing which options are right for you and your family.
So we’ve compiled a list of tools and calculators that will help you learn how much you consume, and how much you can save every month on the essentials.
With cable costs on the rise, moving may be the perfect time to make the switch to entertainment streaming services. The easy setup and use of streaming services allows you to cut both the expense and stress of installing and maintaining cable. Consider these nine cable TV alternatives to simplify your life.
Cutting the cord means getting rid of that traditional TV service and replacing it with better, cheaper, options. We’ll show you how easy it is to pull it off.