Due to federal legislation, the 40- and 60-watt incandescent light bulbs are no longer sold in stores; meaning many who clung to their old favorite light bulbs are being forced to look into some of the new options on the market. The infographic to the right, from Batteries n Bulbs — the nation’s largest specialty retailer for batteries and light bulbs — lays out some facts you’ll want to know about choosing a lightbulb that’s right for you. Consider that if you have a newborn today, you can save up to $6,500 by switching to LEDs by the time your bundle of joy turns 18. College isn’t getting any cheaper, so you’ll be thankful for the extra pocket cash when that time rolls around. Nearly 70 percent of the light bulb sockets in the U.S. still contain inefficient light bulbs, but you can change that — take a look at the info to the right and get up to speed on watts vs. lumens, reading bulb labels, estimating life-span and more.