Halloween Safety Tips for Your Kids

Halloween is right around the corner, and this is very exciting for children.  Between carving pumpkins, wearing costumes, and trick or treating, Halloween is a fun time for you and your kids.  In order to have fun though, you need to make sure your children remain safe. Going out trick or treating on Halloween night…

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Baby Be Safe

September is national Baby Safety Month and we should all celebrate accordingly. Although you should try and keep babies safe at all time of the year today we shall recognize how one can keep the future generation safe from harms way: -Keep your eye on your baby: never let them wander by themselves especially outside,…

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When Saving Money is Not Saving Value

It is often said that one has to spend money to make money, while you have to spend money to be insured as well. In the event of a loss you are going to realize that saving $100 now was not worth not having the total replacement cost of your house covered. You must be…

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Stealing From "Yourself"

We all know that identity theft is a big problem in the United States. In fact 12.6 million people had their identities stolen in 2012, and I don’t know about you but I would rather not be one of those people. But how does someone steal your identity? How can you stop this from happening?…

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National Grilling Month

Throughout the years all of us have either attended, thrown, or been invited to attend a cookout party. July is considered national grilling month and you should celebrate accordingly! So go out and grill, make sure the food you eat has charcoal lines and plenty of summer seasoning! This is a great time to call…

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