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Finding the places where the air is leaking from your home is important in order to not only save energy and money but for your comfort as well. Nothing is less comfy than a drafty home. Most of the drafts and air leaks will be pretty easy to find by... 

What is it? A charitable trust is something that is used to make a way that your assets can be converted into a stream of income that will be life long in nature, so that the assets you have won’t be just a source of tax revenue for the government,... 

Electricity has been going up and up both in price and in environmental and health impacts. It uses a lot of our natural resources. Most of our electricity is coal generated. Coal is dangerous, stinky and unsustainable. By using less energy and adopting... 

Making certain that you have a last will and testament is one of the most important aspects of protecting those you care for. Many of us will avoid the issue, because it is not a pleasant thing to consider, but also because the cost of an attorney is... 

My husband and I bought our home when we were both young and naïve. We didn’t know anything about fixed interest rates, or that we had the option to pay off our loans within a span of time that was more appropriate to our situation in life. Thus... 

We’ve all known people at some point who have always had the means and wherewithal to pay their bills on time and in full, and who suddenly find themselves without the income to do that, whether it is due to a death, divorce or the loss of an... 

Now that winter is approaching, its a sure bet that many of our utility bills are going to hit the roof, and create costs that we just don’t want to be burdened with each month. Particularly for older people, or those on a fixed income, significant... 

Education Consolidation Loan Basics – When it comes to dealing with financing your student loans and you’re finally through with graduate and post graduate work, the final tally of what you owe to the loan companies and the government loans...