6 flood insurance myths debunked

Understanding how flood insurance works is really important. First and foremost, unless you live in an area where floods are very casual, do not spend money for a flood insurance policy. It is something that is not necessary and will cost you a pretty penny over a long period of time. Also, flood insurance will […]

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Should you get cruise insurance? Yes, but …

When going on a cruise, it should be a fun and exciting time. It is something that everyone should do at least once in their lifetime and if you can take the family, then go for it! With that being said, having cruise insurance might not be a bad idea. Some people feel as if […]

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Aw Rats, We Have Bats!

In Seattle, this family moved to a new home. They were excited about their move and were looking forward to getting settled in East Seattle. From very early on, the man and his wife had heard some pretty distinct noises in their bedroom. Not knowing what it was at the time, they had just assumed […]

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You’re Never Too Young To Start Saving For Retirement

Statistics show that less than half of U.S. citizens are ready for their own retirement. The numbers get worse when one looks at the Baby Boomer crowd, as those individuals are batting one out of three. Once concern, coloring the picture for younger savers, is the ubiquitous student loan, a millstone around many a millennial […]

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Should You Leave Your Lights On At Night? It Depends

Anyone concerned about small steps they can make to keep their home safer has had the internal debate over lights, or no lights. It turns out the choice isn’t crystal clear. Yes, there is data to suggest crime activity goes down in regions that are well lit. Also motion detectors that mimic the scheduled routine […]

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4 Tips for Navigating Open Enrollment at Work

There are a ton of people who are struggling to navigate their open enrollment at work. You are the only one that can control your work situation so you need to figure it out as quickly as possible. First and foremost, you need to be approachable and willing to talk to people of all different […]

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Saving For Retirement? Here’s A Tip

Every year economic experts gather for an annual pow-wow in the beautiful state of Maine. Experts are currently in agreement that Americans approaching the crest of retirement are in a bit of a pickle. CDs and treasury notes are thin yielders at best lately. The staple of many soon to be retirees, the 401{k,} has […]

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How to Keep Your Kids Safe on Social Media

We all know how much the world has changed in the past decade or so. Technology has completely revamped the world as we know and more and more young kids are exposed to things like social media from a young age. When we were young, we did not have any of this stuff! However, now […]

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