Save Money On Your Energy Bills

Energy deregulation has opened up the marketplace in a number of states and has enabled consumers to choose from multiple energy providers who now compete for their business.

Before deregulation, consumers did not have a choice. The local utility company purchased electricity directly from power plants and charged the consumer a standard rate for electric service. If a consumer needed electricity and/or natural gas, they had no choice but to purchase it at the standard rate from the local utility company.

In areas where the energy marketplace is still regulated, consumers have only one option when it comes to choosing an electricity and/or natural gas provider (the incumbent). The point of deregulation is ultimately to reduce prices by introducing competition and choice into the market.

You now have the power to choose a different energy company to supply your electricity and natural gas.  SpendLessOnUtilities.com provides a number of options for residential consumers and business owners to choose from to find the best rates. Just like shopping for insurance or airline tickets, this website will help you shop for the best energy rates.

In addition, there is also an opportunity to earn money by helping people save money on their utility bills. Click here to learn how.

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Top 10 List of the Biggest Money Savers

How much do you spend on your basic monthly expenses?  I keep a log of my daily expenses so I know how much I spend monthly. We all have basic expenses that are part of everyday life; such as insurance, utilities, etc..  In reviewing my own expenses, I determined that I should be paying less for certain items. In keeping with my frugal lifestyle, I searched for companies online that I could compare current rates and plans with. By shopping around for better rates or plans you really can save money. It does pay to compare, it could save you hundreds annually.

Here are my top 10 list of categories to save money. Click on each category to learn more.

  1. Housing
  2. Health Care
  3. Debt/Finance
  4. Groceries/Dining Out
  5. Utilities
  6. Technology/Phone
  7. Insurance
  8. Auto
  9. Shopping/Clothing
  10. Travel/Entertainment