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Wednesday, September 23, 2015 Safety and Senior Drivers By the year 2020, adults aged 65 and older are projected to make up 20 percent of the population. With better health and medical care, many of these seniors will continue to drive well into their 70s and beyond. What does having an elder driver in the family mean for safety and your auto insurance? READ MORE >>
Monday, September 21, 2015 How to Locate a Missing Life Insurance Policy Maybe you’ve been named executor of the estate of your very wealthy but very disorganized uncle. Or maybe your relative’s valuable papers have been destroyed or lost in a fire, flood or move. In either case, you know a life insurance policy exists somewhere but you can’t find it. READ MORE >>
Thursday, September 17, 2015Do You Have Flood Coverage? Unless you have a separate flood policy, the answer is generally “no.” You can buy a special flood policy to cover this risk. They generally have a 30-day waiting period, so plan ahead if you might need coverage this rainy season. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, September 15, 2015This Just In If your house is 40 years old or more and built on a slab, check your pipes. Copper piping will last virtually forever in your walls; however, copper plumbing buried in or under foundations can corrode, particularly if exposed to acidic soil. Pipe failure could require a costly replumbing job. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 9, 2015 Can You Afford to Retire? Americans are generally more confident in their ability to afford retirement than they were last year. But many aren’t taking steps to achieve that goal. The 2015 Retirement Confidence Survey found that the percentage of American workers who were very confident they would have enough money for a comfortable retirement increased again in 2015. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, September 9, 2015The worst time to find out that you have no insurance, or inadequate insurance, is after a loss. If any of the following situations apply to you, a standard insurance program might not be enough. 1 Problem: Your home is 30 or more years old. READ MORE >>