Preparing to Care For Elderly Parents

You notice the changes daily and you know your parents are getting older. Your mother or father may not be able to move as quickly or nimbly, suffer from an illness, or they may not see or hear well. Consequently, even simple tasks become difficult and they may not...

March Is National Nutrition Month

March is National Nutrition Month, a campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics intended to raise awareness regarding healthy eating habits and the importance of physical activity. Improving your physical fitness, eating well, and maintaining a healthy...

Difference Between “Actual Cash Value” And “Replacement Cost”

Homeowners naturally want to spend as little as possible on insurance, but they depend on their policy for sufficient compensation. However, it is important you understand the details of your policy and align your coverage to your home’s current value. Otherwise, your...

Things Are Heating Up This Month- Fireplace Safety Tips!

Winter months lead to increased fireplace usage, so it is very important you care for your fireplace well. Fireplaces and chimneys are involved in 42 percent of all home-heating fires. Stay comfy and warm and avoid fire hazards when you follow these helpful fireplace...

Why it’s Important to Build Credit Early

You’re young, so why worry about credit now? The sooner you establish and learn how to use credit wisely, the better. Here’s why. It’s Complicated Borrowing may seem simple, but it’s actually a very complicated business. Understanding the differences between credit...

Tips For Teaching Kids About Money

Teaching children about money early in life is a great idea. It’s a life skill they always need and the sooner they understand the value of money the sooner they’ll use it wisely. Here are a few tips that can use to help your kids form good money habits. Let Them See...