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Here are the top ten articles for the Home Finance Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Compare Local Grocery Prices
Compare local grocery prices with the GroceryGuide.com free tool. Using the GroceryGuide.com tool is quick, easy and convenient. You can also visit their website for the latest news and features.
2. How to Save Money on Heating
Winter heating costs can cripple a family budget, especially if you live in a very cold climate or in an old home. This article describes a few things you can do to save money on winter heating costs.
3. Paying for Preventative Healthcare under ACA
Preventative healthcare is now incredibly affordable thanks to the Affordable Care Act. As a matter of fact, it's free.
4. 5 Reasons You Need a Written Budget
Do you have a written budget? If not, you should. Having a written budget - on paper, no just in your head - will help you to stay accountable and ultimately improve your finances.
5. 3 Inexpensive Ways to Keep Warm without Heat
What happens if you're doing all you can but your home heating system stops working during a cold snap? You'll have to find inexpensive ways to make do until your heating system is working properly again.
6. Disadvantages Of Buying Food In Bulk
Buy food in bulk, save money, time and fuel costs! It seems like an absolutely foolproof strategy. Yet, there are a few significant potential drawbacks to buying food in bulk quantities.
7. Financial Benefits Of A Wardrobe Inventory
A wardrobe inventory is a helpful financial tool that can help us reduce and manage our clothing costs.
8. Sales Taxes On Food
With soaring food prices, every cent spent on groceries counts. But one significant aspect of food expense that often goes unnoticed is the measurable impact of sales taxes.
9. What is Gap Insurance?
When you buy a new car, you'll be offered gap insurance. This article describes gap insurance and why you need it - especially with a financed or leased vehicle.
10. Types of Common Stock
There are two types of stock: common and preferred. Common stocks often referred to as "stocks" are probably the most familiar to the public. Brief introduction and overview of various stock classifications.
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