While it would be ideal if everyone always had enough money to get by, this is not the case for many Americans. A staggering number of people live paycheck to paycheck, making saving money for the future nearly impossible.
Many factors and reasons contribute to many Americans' financial difficulties, but one of the most significant is their monthly bills. In addition to your mortgage or rent, you must pay for subscriptions, power bills, energy bills, internet, and other expenses. The costs of these vary, but they can quickly add up. The average American, for example, spends well over $100 per month on electricity alone.
Fortunately, there are some ways to reduce your home energy costs, which could save you hundreds of dollars or more per year. This blog post will go over three great tips for lowering the cost of your home energy.