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Strategies for saving money

By Nancy Grant from October 2014 Issue

Strategies for saving money

Credit: Kelly Leigh Miller

Replacing old light bulbs with newer, more energy-efficient bulbs will help keep your monthly electric bill as low as possible. To find more ways to save, ask your local electric co-op for ideas and see our Energy Guide.

A new report this summer from the U.S. Energy Information Administration predicting higher electricity prices had me worried at first. My budget's really tight and I…
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