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Programmable Thermostats

Programmable Thermostats

You can save money on your heating and cooling bills by simply resetting your thermostat when you are asleep or away from home. You can do this automatically without sacrificing comfort by installing an automatic setback or programmable thermostat. Using a...

Water Filtration Bottles

Kicking your bottled water habit and switching to tap and a reusable bottle will save you money and it's better for the environment too. The Groove® bottle features our classic bite-and-sip valve with a plant-based filter built right into the straw. That way, you have...

Universal Battery Charger

A battery recharger can cut down the cost of buying new batteries, drastically.  You’ll love the way the Energizer Recharge® Universal Charger can charge several battery sizes – AA, AAA, C, D or 9V. It’s the perfect charger for the family who uses all sorts of...

The Energy Detective Electricity Monitor

The Energy Detective (TED) is an electricity monitor that will help lower your electricity bill by providing real-time data on a wireless display. Our best selling TED 5000-C electricity monitor allows you to view real-time electricity usage on both your computer and...

  • 5 Tips For Saving Money In College

    MoneyTips By Roshni Chowdhry, head of customer experience at SafetyNet Of the roughly 17 million Americans currently enrolled in college, 74 percent qualify as what we used to call "nontraditional" students: One in five is 30 years or older. About half don't rely on their parents for […]

  • Money-Saving Tips for College Students II

    MoneyTips Earlier, we presented some money-saving tips for college students. Here are additional ways to save cash: Car Pooling – if you go to school close enough to drive home every so often, be sure to establish a car pool. Considering the price of gas and tolls, this could result in […]

  • Video: Can You Get A Scholarship With A Low GPA?

    MoneyTips Is your GPA all that counts when you apply for college financing? Watch the Scholarship System Founder Jocelyn Paonita Pearson explain how to get a scholarship with a less-than-perfect GPA in our exclusive video above. Your credit score could affect your student loan interest rate. […]

  • Money-Saving Tips for College Students I

    MoneyTips College can be a great adventure in scholarship and life for many young people. But when it comes to managing a budget, it can be a sobering learning experience in how quickly their money can disappear. Even worse, six months after a student graduates, when he or she gets their loan […]

  • Spending And Saving Advice For College Grads

    MoneyTips Even though retiring is the furthest thing from the minds of most twenty-somethings, you need to invest sooner, rather than later for one reason – you have an advantage over everyone else: time. Time to let your money grow exponentially. There is a reason Albert Einstein is credited […]

  • 5 Dos And Don'ts For Managing Student Loan Debt

    MoneyTips You finally made it through college and graduated with a degree, a new set of friends, great memories, and most likely a significant amount of student loan debt. How can you manage paying such a substantial debt on a starting salary (assuming you were fortunate enough to find a job at […]

  • Credit Freezes And Your Mortgage

    MoneyTips Few things are more effective at fighting identity theft than credit freezes. When you freeze your credit, potential lenders can't access your credit file to assess the risk of lending money to you. No risk assessment means no credit – so identity thieves can't use your stolen […]

  • Avoiding Mortgage Scams

    MoneyTips If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. That's sound advice for almost all aspects of life, including the search for mortgage relief services. Distressed homeowners don't have to resort to third-party mortgage services. Free counseling is available at the Department of […]

  • How Paying Off Your Mortgage Affects Your Credit Score

    MoneyTips Congratulations! You've just finished paying off your mortgage – probably the largest debt you'll ever have in your life. Should you expect your credit score to increase as a result? Not necessarily. Your credit score is calculated from your credit report, a history of all of your […]

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