The average residential electricity bill in the United States is roughly $113 per month–or $1,351 a year. Of course, if you live in a place that requires significant air conditioning or heating–and/or in a state with high electricity rates–your actual bill is likely much higher.
Nobody wants to be spending more on power than they need to. Money spent on electric bills means less cash available for other things in life, be it your next vacation or your kid’s college fund.
Luckily, there are several ways to cut your power bill and free up money in your monthly budget. The quickest and easiest is to use Cut My Bill, a free and easy-to-use website, which shows you how you can immediately pay less for electricity.
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