When it comes to buying, fixing or taking care of your home you might feel like you have learned all the energy efficient information there is to learn. Possibly, you may even have started flipping past newspaper and magazine articles that have any of the words green or eco-anything in the title. But now is not the time to stop learning or paying attention because green equals cash in your pocket.
Are you tossing and turning at night worrying about current expenses or how you will pay for things when you retire? If so, your are not alone. You are also not alone if words like "investment" give you heart palpations or if RRSPs scare you.
Have London Hydro's new Time-of-Use rates got you casting a suspicious eye at some of your appliances? Are you wondering just what it costs to run that space heater or beer fridge?
Evelyn Jacks' Essential Tax Facts is a must read before filing your next tax return. The first part of this book jumps right in to talking about the tax changes for 2011.
Everywhere you look now there are Christmas trees, holiday decorations and, most tempting of all, great sales. But how much spending is too much spending?
With the high cost of just about everything more and more people are turning to print and electronic resources for do-it-yourself home, garden and mechanical repairs. What really helps for a do-it-yourself repair is if the resource provides step-by-step instruction, photos and illustrations. The Small Engine Repair Reference Center does all this and more.
You may be looking for some strategic ways to invest your money or you might be wondering how to survive in your current situation. Either way there are some really good books to help you out no matter where you currently sit on the financial ladder.
Did you know that you can search Consumer Reports magazine from the comfort of home via your computer?
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