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Death is not a fun topic to discuss, but planning for the future of your assets and estate is necessary.Here are six points to consider to make sure you cover all the bases when writing your will.1. Ask for help. Using a do-it-yourself, will-writing website can be risky. They often do not consid...
You can run from weather, but you cannot hide. How should you prepare for Mother Nature's wear and tear on your home? Start with these tips: 1. Trim your trees. Dead branches can break off and fall through a window or onto a parked car.2. Check your fire alarms and carbon monoxide detectors in ...
Life insurance is a policy that some should absolutely consider while others may be able to forego, according to many financial advisers.The primary earner in the family can benefit from taking out a term life insurance policy to cover the years he or she expects to work. This policy can act as...
Don't look now, but spring cleaning is just around the corner. Remember to tidy up these six places that often go untouched during routine cleanings.Baseboards: These grimy surfaces can be a catch-all for dust and germs. Use an all-purpose cleaner to wipe them down. Rugs: Shake the dust and dirt...
Grain-free pet food, clean water, top-rated toys, and the best treats money can buy. Pet lovers only want the best for their furry friends, and don't think twice about taking extra precautions to ensure their pet's safety. What if pet lovers also started thinking about their animal's effect on t...
Credit cards are a great idea until you end up with piles of debt. Here are a few tips on how to manage that debt and get back on your financial feet.Know how much you owe -Add up all outstanding amounts you owe for all your credit cards and note the annual percentage rates (APR).Pay more than t...