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Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Last month we provided an overview of the Cash for Appliances program. In just the past few weeks, several states have started their programs, including Nebraska, Indiana, Illinois and Pennsylvania. More and more states are going online and starting their programs. By all accounts, it is a hit with consumers who are flocking to replace their old appliances with new energy-efficient ones.

Some states offer rebates that are separate from the Cash for Appliances rebates for recycling old appliances. This means that you can get a rebate when you buy the new appliance and a second rebate if your old appliance is recycled properly.

To find out what your state is offering, check out the Department of Energy’s list of approved programs and details where you can simply click on the state where you live:

We covered the Cash for Appliance Program in our January Retirement Advisor Newsletter. To learn how to subscribe to The Retirement Advisor Newsletter, visit our web site where you can download a free issue with instructions on how to subscribe. Subscribers are able to obtain all of our back issues at no extra cost.

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