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The Economics of Owning a Motor Scooter Vs. a Car
Sun, 05/3/09 | 63 Comments
The Economics of Owning a Motor Scooter Vs. a Car

How Much Does it Cost to Own a Motor Scooter (Moped)?
Back in the fall, I sold one of our two cars. My wife and I were both riding the bus to and from work, and …

5 Easy Steps to Eliminate your Junk Mail
Sun, 12/14/08 | 11 Comments
5 Easy Steps to Eliminate your Junk Mail

In a recent post, I covered how to organize mail and paperwork. What I didn’t highlight was how to eliminate all of that annoying junk mail from even arriving in your mailbox. Getting rid of …

How to Cut your Water Bill by Saving Water
Wed, 09/3/08 | 11 Comments
How to Cut your Water Bill by Saving Water

How to Save on Water Bills
For most people, getting the water & sewer bill isn’t going to be to big of a hit to the bank account. I receive a bill every 3 months, and …

Who Keeps Killing the Electric Car?
Thu, 05/29/08 | 9 Comments
Who Keeps Killing the Electric Car?

The History of the Electric Car
I recently discussed why high gas prices can be good for your finances by altering your purchasing behaviors. I also pointed out what happens when regulatory agencies get involved to …

Why Skyrocketing Gas Prices are Good for your Finances
Mon, 05/26/08 | 2 Comments
Why Skyrocketing Gas Prices are Good for your Finances

The Silver Lining to High Fuel Prices
In the past six years, the price of gasoline has risen from $1.31 per gallon to $3.80, a 290% increase. If you drive the average of 12,000 miles a …

8 Ways to Cut your Heating & Cooling Bills
Sun, 03/9/08 | 2 Comments
8 Ways to Cut your Heating & Cooling Bills

How to Cut your Heating and Cooling Bills
If you’ve ever owned a home or paid energy bills while renting, you know that energy can be a significant chunk of your overall living expenses. The average …


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