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You Can Enroll in Medicare Health and Drug Plans from October 15 – December 7

If you’re 65 and older, get ready for this year’s Medicare’s Open Enrollment with these 5 tips: Check your mail. You may get important notices from Medicare or Social Security. If you’re in a Medicare plan, you’ll get an Annual [...]

How To Survive Working From Home.

If you are fortunate enough to be able to work from home right now, you are part of the whopping 42% of Americans who now are telecommuting partly due to the pandemic. Being able to work from home is a [...]

Facts About The 9/11 Memorial

19 years after the worst terrorist attack in American history, the National September 11 Memorial Museum — which opened in 2013 — remains one of the most visited destinations in New York City. Designed by architect Davis Brody Bond with an iconic entry pavilion [...]

Dog Bite Liability and Homeowners

Yesterday was National Dog Day in the USA.  Americans sure do love their dogs! And in most households, the pet dog becomes a lovable member of the family. However, dogs – even normally gentle or old dogs – hurt people [...]

Things You Have That Can Get You Dropped from Your Homeowners Insurance

The relationship you have with your home or renters insurance company is basically an exchange of responsibility and premium. In the simplest of terms, the premium you pay is represents what kind of customer (risk) you represent to your insurance [...]

Will My Homeowners Insurance Cover My Child at College?

College-age children are at a unique stage of life, as they’re still part of the family but starting to make their own way in the world. This stage affects many areas of life, including insurance. If you have a son [...]

Don’t Answer That Call

Hi, I’m here to talk to you about your car’s extended warranty. Actually, I’m here to talk to you about the phone call you get every day about your car’s extended warranty. The car warranty scam has been going around [...]

Are You Covered If You And Your Neighbors Create a “Pandemic Pod”?

If you are considering creating a “Pandemic Pod” with neighbors who have children the same age as yours, here are some things you may need to consider. Here’s the scenario: You’re reviewing school options for kindergarten and first-grade children for [...]

Safest Cars for Teens Under $20,000

Parents choosing a car for their teen driver have a tough decision to make because they need to strike a balance between cost and safety. The temptation—often born of necessity—is to buy a less expensive, bare-bones model or to pass [...]

Is Travel Insurance Worth It?

You might think the two largest decisions you need to make when booking a trip is how you’re going to get there and where you’re going to stay. Whether or not you buy travel insurance is another question worth asking. [...]