Personal Finance 

How to fight a price hike when your limited-time cable offer is ending

When limited-time cable offers end, it's time to put on your haggling helmet.Many of us have been there: You sign up for a great deal with a cable or satellite provider, only to face a price hike at the end of six or 12 months.

The good news is that you don’t have to put up with price hikes. With so much competition in the telecom industry, and with cable and satellite providers threatened by newer, cheaper entertainment options, there’s a good chance you can keep your cable bill low.
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Raising commercial-free kids a perk of cord-cutting

Raising commercial-free kids has its benefitsI’ve been a “cord-cutter” for almost 3 years now, meaning I don’t subscribe to any kind of cable TV package. I do subscribe to high-speed Internet — a necessity in this line of work — but I get my video fix through a PC connected to my TV and a Netflix subscription.

We’ve saved a lot of money doing that. According to 2012 data from the FCC, the most popular cable package among U.S. consumers, expanded basic, costs an average of $61.63 a month, or about $739.56 a year.

But we also have reasons for cutting the cord that go beyond money.
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