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Winter safety, savings tips & scholarships from PG&E

Article from www.filamstar.com

By Harvey I. Barkin | FilAm Star Correspondent

SAN CARLOS – Early this month, Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) gathered members of the multi-ethnic press for its fifth-year media roundtable for ways to save on Winter energy bills.

The tone on diversity was set by highest-ranking Asian and Senior VP, Energy Policy and Procurement Fong Wan. Manager, Residential Rate Options Lori Leiva proceeded to the heart of the matter on Winter energy savings. And winter gas safety was tackled by Supervisor, Gas Field Services Ben Pearce.

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Back-to-School Scams College Students Should Be Weary Of

Popular Back-to-School Scams and How to Avoid Them

Most college students know that the expenses incurred when returning to school will entail more than just the tuition fee. As a parent or caregiver who supports your child in their academic studies, you will always be on the lookout for the best possible deals that you’re able to find. Because of this understanding, there are scammers who are not only looking for ways to obtain your information but also ways to steal your hard-earned money. For any parent or student, losing money to online scammers can be exceedingly devastating. Being armed with all the necessary information will prevent both the student and the parent from being scammed. With that being said, here is the breakdown of the most popular back to school scams you should be aware of. Continue reading Back-to-School Scams College Students Should Be Weary Of

3 Ways to Help Family and Friends with Financial Aid

Financial Aid Helps Pay for College, Money Remittance Makes Up the Difference

For many it’s the American Dream: beautiful home, white picket fence, well-behaved children, beautiful and caring spouse, safe community, an outstanding education and the ideal job. This picture of perfection is the vision for some hardworking Americans, but there remains a sobering reality that can’t be ignored. Making enough money to purchase a home, a vehicle, and eventually to retire often requires job seekers to possess a college degree.  Continue reading 3 Ways to Help Family and Friends with Financial Aid