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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...

  • 7 Signs That You're Ready to Buy Your First Home

    MoneyTipsFor years, you have been dreaming about buying your first home and now you are debating taking action. Are you ready to enter the home buying market? Consider these seven signs before taking the plunge. 1. Having Job Security – Mortgage loan approvals require a steady regular […]

  • Video: Fixed-Rate Vs. Adjustable-Rate Mortgages

    MoneyTipsWhat is the difference between a fixed-rate mortgage and an adjustable-rate mortgage? Which is a better choice for you? Watch C2 Financial Mortgage Advisor Casey Fleming explain which mortgage type is best under different circumstances. MoneyTips is happy to help you get free mortgage […]

  • 7 Things To Know About Home Warranties

    MoneyTipsYou have just closed on your home purchase and money is going to be tight for a while. Should you buy a home warranty to help you avoid out-of-pocket expenses or will it be a waste of money? Before you decide if it will be worth it to you, you should understand what a home warranty […]

  • 10 Ways To Prep Your Home For Showings

    MoneyTipsSelling a home can be a stress-inducing experience, especially if you are counting on the sale of your existing home to fund the purchase of a new home. It can seem like you are coordinating a million things at once. A simple checklist can help you to keep track during the chaos and […]

  • Bump Clauses 101

    MoneyTipsYou've set up a lame date for the upcoming weekend but you're hoping a better offer comes along. If one does, you're ready to accept it and cancel your earlier date. You're hedging your bets, so you won't be sitting home alone on Saturday night. That logic applies to real estate […]

  • Achieve Financial Literacy!

    MoneyTipsApril is National Financial Literacy Month. Why do we dedicate this calendar page to highlighting financial skills and education? The tax deadline? Sound financial decisions are important all year long, but most Americans never learned how to manage money or save for goals, so financial […]

  • Achieve Financial Literacy!

    MoneyTipsApril is National Financial Literacy Month. Why do we dedicate this calendar page to highlighting financial skills and education? The tax deadline? Sound financial decisions are important all year long, but most Americans never learned how to manage money or save for goals, so financial […]

  • Deduct Your Student Loans!

    MoneyTipsChances are that if you have student loans, you need every bit of extra cash that you can get. Did you realize that your student loans might be able to generate some cash for you? Under certain circumstances, you may be able to save on your tax bill by deducting the interest that you […]

  • Fed Announces Emergency Rate Cut To Ease Impact Of Coronavirus

    MoneyTipsThe coronavirus outbreak that began in Wuhan, China, in late 2019 has spread fast and caused global panic. Even the financial markets have suffered, causing the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) of the Federal Reserve to decrease its rate by half a percentage point in an emergency move. […]

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