Category: saving


More Affordable Way To Put Solar Panels On Your House?

As I write this, there is a bill being discussed here in Los Angeles that would make it easier for people to install solar panels on their home. The major obstacle that most people face is the price; for a medium-sized home it would cost about $20,000 for installation (before state and federal rebates), which […]


Ten Quick Easy Ways To Reduce Your Debt.

I get emails all the time from readers asking on quick tips on getting out of debt, so I figured I would put together a list of a few things I can recommend. However, keep in mind that while getting into debt is very easy, getting out of it is not. It takes work and […]


How Much Will We Save By Moving This Summer?

Moving somewhere cheaper can not only save you a lot of money, but it can also allow you more freedom to do what you want for a living even if it pays less than what you make now. Of course, it is not always that easy, but if you can find a place you want […]


Wall Street Journal Is Advocating Stockpiling Food – Is This A Recession Or Not?

I have talked before about the issues that could be facing the world’s food supplies before, but for the Wall Street Journal to advocate the stockpiling of food is kind of irresponsible. Here in California, I am already hearing stories on the news about grocery stores limiting how much of certain products (rice, bread, etc) […]


Use Frucall To Check Prices From Your Cell Before Buying.

Yep, I said Frucall. Weird name, I know. But seems there is a service that enables you to text, use the mobile web, or call a phone number and check on the price of an item you are about to buy in a store to see if it is cheaper online. The number to dial […]

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