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7 Tips to Reduce Fire Hazards in Your Home

For as long as humans have been cooking with open flames inside of a shelter, we have been trying to mitigate the risk of fire in our homes. A residential fire is a homeowner’s worst nightmare—damage to property is often total, and the safety of loved ones and pets can be in jeopardy. Each year, fires are responsible for over 2,500 deaths and $7 billion in property damage.1

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How Quitting Smoking Can Impact Your Life Insurance Premium

For nearly half a century, the Surgeon General has been warning the public about the dangers of smoking, and for good reason. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, “Smoking cigarettes is the leading cause of preventable disease and death in the United States, accounting for more than 480,000 deaths every year, or about 1 in 5 deaths.”1

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5 Ways to Spring Clean Your Finances

It’s hard to imagine the warmth of spring when, for many parts of the country, people are still shoveling snow from driveways while frigid temperatures force us indoors. However, as the weeks continue to fly by, it won’t be long before flowers begin to bloom, temperatures spike, and families head outdoors to soak up the sun’s rays. Spring also brings a less exciting ritual we are all familiar with: spring cleaning.

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6 Inexpensive but Impactful Home Improvements

Remodeling a home is a huge and costly endeavor, but often times, a single project can transform the whole look and feel of your home. Whether you are looking to increase the value of your home over time, sell in the near future, or simply want to give your home a fresh new look, consider these tips for home-improvement projects that will make your home stand out.

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What Factors Impact Your Car Insurance Rates?

Like the Bermuda Triangle, the Sphinx, and the island of Atlantis, the way that car insurance rates are calculated is one of life's great mysteries. There are many factors that go into determining your individual rate, but there are also behaviors beyond your control that can have a potential impact on your premiums.

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Connect to Safety with a Smart Home Security Systems

Perhaps the most defining technological trend of the past decade has been the proliferation of the Internet of Things (IoT). The Internet of Things refers to anything that is connected to the internet, and specifically, everything that is interconnected with and has the ability to “talk” to each other.

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Selling Your Home for Top Dollar

While frigid temperatures and the “holiday hangover” may still have most homeowners shying away from the thought of putting their home on the market, if you are interested in selling your home this year, now is a great time to start making strategic plans to get it ready to sell for top dollar. The smart improvements you make now could help you maximize your financial investment and sell your home more quickly.

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What I Would Say to 20-Year Old Me About Money

It doesn’t seem like it was that long ago that I was in my twenties, but the reality is, it’s been %$# years.

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6 Steps to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient This Winter

In the words of House Stark—winter is coming. Days are getting shorter and the temperature on the thermometer is dropping. To help you survive the coming season, here are some strategies that will help you save energy and money on heating costs, and stay cozy during the coldest months of the year.

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Take Advantage of Off-Season Home Buying

Will you be shopping for a home during the fall and winter? You may have heard that the market slows down after summer, and that can be discouraging. Don’t fret! There are some great perks that come with being a homebuyer during the off-season. Read on to find out just how advantageous homebuying during the off-season can be.

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