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Homeowners Insurance: Replacement Cost or Actual Cash Value?

What is the difference between replacement cost valuation and actual cash value in my homeowner’s insurance policy?

Why You Should be Grateful for the Year 2020

To say the year 2020 was anything but calamitous would be an immense understatement. We lost great talents with the passing of Kobe Byrant and Eddie Van Halen, witnessed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle quit the royal family, beheld the devastation of wildfires in Australia and the western United States, and many more unfathomable events. […]

How to Save on Electricity for Free

Electrical bills are often the most expensive utility bill for homeowners. Being able to reduce your power bill could result in more money in your pocket. We’ve gathered the top 10 ways you could save on your electric bill for free.

Carbon Monoxide Concerns in the Home

More than 20,000 people suffer from carbon monoxide poisoning in America every year. Knowing the symptoms of CO poisoning and how to protect yourself could save you or a loved one’s life.

Thanksgiving: 4 Contactless Ways to Give Back

Thanksgiving 2020 will be unlike any other. If you are looking to give back this holiday season while also being safe, we list four contactless ways you can help.

Winterizing the Home

Winterizing your home can reduce energy bills, prevent property damage, and keep your family safe. We list 20 top winterizing tips to get your home ready for winter.

When to Drop Collision on Your Auto Insurance

Collision insurance is voluntary coverage some vehicle owners opt to drop. We delve into how to decide if keeping or dumping this insurance makes sense for you.

20 Easy Ways to Reduce Fire Hazards

Suffering a home fire can be one of the most traumatic (and expensive) experiences in one’s life. Fortunately, staying fire safe can be easier than you think with these top 20 tips.

Which Ages Are Important for Retirement Planning

While saving money for retirement is certainly important, understanding important retirement planning dates can ensure you maximize all the benefits available to you and avoid costly penalties.

Starting a Business After 60? Use These 4 Tips for a Head Start

The world of business has moved online. If you are considering starting a business after 60, we have a few quick tips to make your new venture a prosperous one.

A Morale Makeover for Your Home? Yes Please!

Our home should be a place of calm and inspiration. But sometimes you need to give your home a little TLC, a morale makeover to provide a soothing space for you and your family.

Ways to Enjoy the Outdoors at Home

Thoughts of the American backyard may conjure up images of barbeque and baseball. But as we all spend more time at home, now is the perfect time to explore how to fully enjoy the outdoors without leaving our home. Movie Time – Wireless technology makes it easier than ever to take your movies anywhere. Bring […]

Ways to Make Your Home Office Work (Even if it’s your kitchen)

Whether it is a global pandemic or tackling work over the weekend, creating a productive home office space is important. A haphazard approach to remote work will only serve to reduce creativity and productivity. Fortunately, with a little planning, nearly any space in your home can become the perfect spot to achieve your goals. Even […]

Gutter Guards: Do They Work?

Cleaning gutters is pain and dangerous. You may be considering installing gutter guards to help ease the debris build up. But do they actually work? We might have a better solution.

2020 Commencement Speech Quotes for All of Us

Commencement speeches are written to inspire the youth of today. But in today’s uncertain times, there are excepts everyone of us can learn from.