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 How much oil should you use to heat your home?

Answer On One Hand: Varies by SizeThe amount of oil you will need to heat your home depends on the size of both your home and family. Bigger houses will need more oil, especially with more people using ho... Read More »
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How much oil do you need to use to heat your home?

On One Hand: Estimating NeedsGetting the least amount of heating oil--which would be about 75 gallons a month for a three-bedroom, two bathroom single-story house--could get you through the winter.... Read More »
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How much does it cost to heat your home?

For winter 2009, it cost an average of $971 for heating per household in the U.S. For information on specific local heating costs, check with the gas or electric utility in the area. They can pro... Read More »
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How much should you charge for child care in your home?

As I look into this issue, I am very surprised at the diversity in prices. Some women (I assume those who have to pay for the care) think that anything more than $30/pay is too much. While on the o... Read More »
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How much does it cost to heat a home with oil?

In 2009, the average cost to heat a home with oil was expected to be $1,821 per year, or about $152 per month, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. This cost varies by the size ... Read More »
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