affordable utilities

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Ron Schlagheck, ingeniero jubilado de la NASA y aficionado a la tecnología, está agradecido por tener una conexión rápida a internet en su casa rural cerca de Winchester (TN). “Me gusta tener acceso a la información”, afirma Schlagheck, de 73 años, voluntario de AARP Tennessee, cuya carrera…
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El verano ha llegado, y se pronostican temperaturas muy altas en casi todo el país. De nuevo nos quedaremos en nuestros hogares, oficinas, cafés y centros comerciales con aire acondicionado. Y todo eso tiene un costo —un gran costo— en la forma de facturas mensuales de electricidad más altas que…
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Summer is here, and for most parts of the country, it’s predicted to be a hot one. Once again, we’ll hover in air-conditioned homes, offices, coffee shops, and shopping malls. And all of that comes with a cost – a big cost – in the form of higher monthly electricity bills that anyone on a fixed…
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This year, as state legislators are going to work across the country, so are we. In addition to fighting on Capitol Hill to keep Medicare and Social Security strong, AARP will be making sure your voice is heard at state capitols across the country — on issues like support for family caregivers and…
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Meet John, a 62-year-old disabled veteran and Maryland resident. Each month after he pays for medications, food, transportation and housing, there isn’t much money left over. What’s more, John’s utility bill is already $130 a month, but some legislators are trying to raise it even higher — even…
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Imagine this: You live on a fixed income and work hard to budget your money. You are very conscious about how you use your utilities. Yet, no matter how much electricity you use, your bill keeps going up.
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An old proverb says “it is better to light a single candle than to curse the darkness.” With apologies to the author, it is just better to keep the lights on.
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