Inflation could mean a big heating bill this winter. How to prepare


Nick Emery clears mountains of snow from his driveway on March 14, 2021 in Nederland, Colorado.

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This winter could be especially cold and expensive.

But there are a few ways to keep your wallet full and your family warm.

People who heat their homes with natural gas, propane, electricity and heating oil are all in for a bigger bill come winter if they aren’t careful.

Nearly half of U.S. households who heat primarily with natural gas are projected to spend 30% more than they did last winter on average, according to the Winter Fuels Outlook 2021 report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The 41% who heat with electricity are slated to…


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