Archives for March 2014

Spring Home Maintenance Tips

Now that winter finally seems to be letting go, everyone is anticipating the warm weather and the fun activities ahead. By taking care of some spring maintenance projects now, you can enjoy more of that fun and warmth without having to work in it. Here are some things you can take care of now to Read More

The Costs of Smoking Without Life Insurance Protection

It’s no secret that smoking can produce lung cancer which, in many cases, can result in loss of life. Losing someone you love to cancer can be tragic, especially if the person was still young and had much to offer. Even more tragic is losing someone you depended on financially, who had no life insurance Read More

Tax Saving Tips for Small Businesses

If you own a small business, you know the importance of managing your finances. Being able to save on taxes gives you extra funds to invest in your company. The following tax saving tips will help in increasing your budget. New equipment tax breaks: Your investment into new equipment, software, furniture or technology for your Read More

Understanding the Home Renovation Process

Home renovations can take many forms, with varying degrees of cost and complexity. To save time, money and aggravation, understand the process, considerations and steps involved. Here is a simple checklist of considerations that can help you have a successful renovation. Home Renovation Considerations Understand the scope of the project before you start. Take off Read More

Protect Yourself From Identity Theft

Making purchases online has become second nature due to advances in technology. In fact, many people store their financial and personal information on their Smartphone and computers. The fact that technology is advancing also means that criminals interested in stealing your personal information are getting savvy as well. CBS News states every three seconds someone Read More

Choose the Right Car for Your Teenage Driver

According to the Centers for Disease Control, seven teenagers between the ages of 16 and 19 died each day as a result of a car crash in 2010. Although there are a fewer teenaged drivers, they make up nearly one third of all costs of motor vehicles injuries in the US. One way you can Read More