Top 10 Causes Of Death In The U.S.

While no one likes to think about getting sick, being aware of diseases and the risks they are associated with can help you make healthier choices and improve your well-being. The following is a list of the leading causes of […]

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Are you prepared for the storm season?

Here are a few tips as you prepare for storm season, to help you evaluate your insurance, create a home inventory, and prepare emergency plans for your household: Evaluate and update your insurance Make sure your homeowners policy has appropriate […]

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Mold Prevention Tips

The Basics Most homeowners dread the thought of having to deal with a mold problem, but by practicing some simple prevention tips, you can greatly reduce your mold risks. While it is impossible to eliminate all molds and spores from […]

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2018 HSA Limit for Family Coverage Reduced

On March 5, 2018, the IRS released Revenue Procedure 2018-18 to announce changes to certain tax limits for 2018, including a reduced contribution limit for health savings accounts (HSAs). Why was the limit changed? The new tax law enacted late […]

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Medicare 101

If you’re nearing retirement age, or are over 65 and still working, you may have questions about Medicare. What Is Medicare? Medicare is health insurance for people who are over 65, under 65 with certain disabilities, or have been diagnosed […]

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Insuring A Second Home

What Coverage Options Are There? At a minimum, your lender may require that you carry hazard insurance to protect your property against damage from fires or severe storms. It is also a good idea to add liability insurance, which covers […]

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Top 10 Workplace Discrimination Claims

In 2017, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) resolved more than 99,109 workplace discrimination claims—securing more than $398 million from employers in the private and public sectors as a result of these claims. Discrimination lawsuits can be very time-consuming and […]

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