Rebecca Gramuglia, Personal Finance Expert at TopCashback.com was a guest on the Gary Rivers Show Monday morning.
According to Rebecca, the typical US family spends at least $2,200 per year on energy bills—with nearly half of that paying for heating and cooling. To help you lower your utility bills this fall and winter, she offered her ten tips to save energy
Bundle up on warm accessories. The cheapest, easiest and coziest way to stay warm this winter without a spike in your heating bill is to wear warm socks and sweaters while inside. You can also cuddle up in extra blankets while sleeping and lounging! If you feel that your floors are cold, consider purchasing an area rug to insulate the floor.