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Arcadia Power Review: Renewable Energy Without the Hassle

Arcadia Power Review: Renewable Energy Without the Hassle In 2017, renewable energy sources accounted for about 11% of total U.S. energy consumption and about 17% of electricity generation, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The truth is that making use of renewable energy sources is cost prohibitive. Many homeowners can’t afford solar panels and some simply don’t have the …


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8 Time Management Tips for Overloaded College Students

8 Time Management Tips for Overloaded College Students If you’re a college student — whether a brand-new freshman, or a jaded, experienced senior — there’s a good chance that you are currently struggling to balance all your obligations as the new semester gets underway. Many college students are juggling up to six classes and labs; a job or three; extracurricular …


Grow Your Savings And Earn More Interest With CIT Savings Builder

Grow Your Savings And Earn More Interest With CIT Savings Builder It’s historically been the case that to earn the highest interest rates on your savings account, you had to deposit a large sum of money. We’re talking about $100,000+ to get the top rates available. However, banks are now competing for your business more than ever, and CIT Bank …

How To Watch Sports Online For Free

How To Watch Sports Online For Free Do you schedule wake up at odd hours to watch the English Premier League? Have you taken vacation days during Wimbledon, just to watch live coverage? Are you guilty of saving all your beer money, so you can watch Notre Dame football at Matt’s Bar while enjoying the original Jucy Lucy? While watching …

Stratus Online Financial Planning App Review: Take Action!

Stratus Online Financial Planning App Review: Take Action! Whether you’re in college, a recent graduate, or years into your career, getting your finances organized is always a good idea. With hundreds of financial apps already vying for your attention, is a new financial app worth considering? I argue it is. Unless you’re happy with your current system of financial organization, Stratus, …

How To Save $100 Per Month With This New Tool

How To Save $100 Per Month With This New Tool Once upon a time, in the not so distant past, we used to buy CD’s,books, and DVDs. We also bought diapers at Wal-Mart, and snacks from the convenience store. Today, Spotify, Audible, Kindle, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, Birch Box, Dollar Shave Club and “Subscribe and Save” have more or less …

Truebill Review: App That Could Save You Hundreds Every Year

Truebill Review: App That Could Save You Hundreds Every Year Do you remember the last time you paid a bill manually? Is everything in your financial life automated? Do you even know what a checkbook looks like? Most of the time financial automation is viewed as a great thing. You don’t have to waste your limited brain power and time …

The Best Checking and Saving Account Bank Bonus Offers

The Best Checking and Saving Account Bank Bonus Offers Banks make money in all sorts of ways, but one of the main things they want to do is have a lot of cash on hand — so they can loan it out to others, or meet their own legal liquidity requirements. That’s why they offer you amazing bank bonus offers! …

How To Make $1,000,000 – The Math And Strategies That Work

How To Make $1,000,000 – The Math And Strategies That Work Sorry, this isn’t going to be a get rich quick post, but I do want to show you how to make $1,000,000 and have that nest egg for when you retire! I’m a firm believer that individuals of most income levels can afford to save and invest to have …

Twine App Review: Saving and Investing Collaboration

Twine App Review: Saving and Investing Collaboration Collaborating with your spouse or significant other to achieve financial goals isn’t always easy. It can be especially challenging for couples that don’t completely share their finances. But keeping separate checking accounts shouldn’t keep you from both saving for shared goals like vacations, a wedding, a down payment on a house, or something …