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Tidbits For Health and Savings

03 Mar

Don’t know if you notice in this mornings paper about the Duluth Energy Efficiency program called “DEEP” that will help 450 homeowners ? These  rebates will  improve their conserving on fuel and electricity. Check out the following website for more details:  www.duluthenergy.org  I wish the middle  class qualified. It is great that it will help those who most need it the most. Many of us live in old houses with no insulation, no matter what our income maybe.

Did you know that the IRS has a video portal to find out about tax information? Go to:  http://www.irsvideos.gov/  Look for the “All Presentations. “You will be amazed at the detailed videos to help you understand our taxes and this system.

I get the former Presient Clinton’s Foundation newsletter, as do  many others across the country.  I noticed yesterday that you could ask him a question, and it will be answered in his next video. I did  sent it to a few friends to send in their questions. What I found amazing was his “Top 10 Heart Healthy Tips.” I saw that he is eating more potassium rich foods to lower his blood pressure. That is interesting because I was told to eat less potatoes which are full of starch but full of potatassium, as are bananas.  Subcribe today and make a donation: http://clintonfoundation.org/

 

What is this DEEP that is being brought around to the neighbors?

04 Oct

Someone rang the door bell and explained about a Community Action Program for Duluth that involves people going to a workshop to find out about their program. The brochure is a game board of things you can do to save money over the long run or over the long haul. They want you to sign up for the workshops, as the space is limited. It sounds great but we have already had an energy audit, and we know what we need to improve which costs money.

Check it out at:

www.DuluthEnergy.Org

Minnesota Power

www.mnpower.com/powerofone

Comfort Systems-City of Duluth

They have Home Energy Loans at:

www.comfortsystem.com

Arrowhead Economic Opportunity Agency or AEOA is another resource.

Visit:

www.aeoa.org

Homeowners can learn more about incentives.

Federal Tax Incentives:

www.energystar.gov

State Incentives:

www.energy.mn.gov

Utility Incentives:

www.mnpower.com/powerfone

and

www.comfortsystem.wf