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3 Ways to Save Money on Your Next Move

**3 Ways to Save Money on Your Next Move**



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Moving is stressful. Whether hiring a moving company for a local move or a long distance one, make sure your move is cost-effective. Pick the best mover with these tips:

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let's face it most of us aren't honest about the contents of our house so it is imperative that you get an in-home estimate and get three estimates they need to be able to see exactly how much stuff you have in your three bedroom house so they can get you the best estimate possible also how does insurance work with your move you know the interesting thing is a lot of times the insurance is based on the weight of an item and not the cost so be sure you check that out before you have the move you know grandma's China or some big electronic that may not weigh an appropriate amount for the insurance all movers have to carry insurance but the insurance is only 60 cents per pound per item so if you're looking at like a painting or a plate it's a that's really not going to be too much you're only looking at sixty cents per pound per item the number one cost-saving thing is I would say is to be organized decide what you want to move some people they will go ahead and you know clear everything out and that's really the way to do it there's no reason to pay us to come in and move things you're not really sure don't want

Save Money with a Geothermal System

**Save Money with a Geothermal System**



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If you’re in the market for a new heating and cooling system, you may want to consider a geothermal unit. The cost savings over time can more than make up for the hefty upfront price. To find out more about if a geothermal heating and cooling unit is worth it check out this article:

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geothermal systems are becoming much more mainstream but keep in mind not every heating and cooling system is going to install them you want to find out someone who has experienced it has a few years of experience installing these and also keep in mind the process you know because they're using cooling and heating from the ground they are going to be digging into your yard and some consumers are surprised by that with the verse on we come out and we dig a grave sighs sighs whole three foot by 5 to 6 feet wide five feet deep and we bore all those lines do that to that hole all the cuttings water we have to use water what we drill all that comes into the hole instead of running all over the yard and we are able to pump that fluid out if need be if the ground is able to soak it up and we can take that and haul that off to a safe site and get rid of it that way geo thermal units are more expensive on the front end to install you know one member paid about 25 thousand dollars to head of his system installed but he finds that he saves about one hundred and fifty dollars a month on his energy bills he's going to recoup the difference between that and a traditional heating and cooling system in just a few years you want to have a fairly tight home well insulated home so you get the full benefit of the efficiency of the equipment if you live in a in a home that has dated windows that leak it's probably not the best suited because you're not going to see those energy savings consumers need to keep in mind there are energy credits out there for heating and cooling systems also a geothermal unit will last almost twice as long as the traditional systems you need to take that into account when determining whether it's a good investment for you you

Want to save money on Car Insurance? Track your driving habits

**Want to save money on Car Insurance? Track your driving habits**



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You could cut car insurance costs by enrolling in a drive-monitoring program. Should you let your car insurance company track your driving? Will you save money? Will your car insurance rates go up as a result of usage-based insurance coverage? Would you let your insurance company track your driving for a discount? More than 1 million drivers across the country are already taking part in usage-based insurance coverage from large providers, such as Allstate, Progressive and State Farm. Need an insurance expert to guide you? Sign up and find reviews on local experts at Need to know more? Read here:

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technology is coming to every part of our life and auto insurance is no different if you have a safe driving record and you have good driving habits you might consider an insurance company that gives discounts when they monitor your driving behavior through a tracking system hoping to save some money Linda Kuk enrolled in a program offered by her auto insurance company our next renewal coming up we save 10% on one vehicle and 5% on another insurance experts say the majority of drivers enrolled save money by releasing information such as mileage when they drive how fast and how hard they apply the brakes I didn't get a very good grade in braking so I'm trying to be more aware of that now some companies track data through a small device that plugs into a port under the car's dashboard while others log basic driving statistics using programs such as OnStar it's perfect for a young driver you have a young drive a teen driver and you want them to see how they're driving with their driving history is what their habits are that's a great way for a teen to look at their driving habits and correct those some drivers however say the technology and fridges too much on privacy and do not want insurance companies knowing everything about their driving habits does not penalize you for your driving history only reward you those safe drivers are driving safely right now the average savings for a safe driver is 10% you