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Whether you rent or own your home, the property as well as its contents should be protected with insurance. For those who own homes, homeowners insurance can protect the home and the home's contents. If the home is a rental, the owner of the home would insure the property, while the renter is responsible for insuring the contents of the home. READ MORE >>

City planning departments across the nation are noting a marked rise in urban dwellers who are requesting permits to raise chickens. Why? Because across the country, people are showing more and more interest in "living off the land," whether they wish to have their own supply of fresh eggs, their own honey or their own homegrown fruits and vegetables. READ MORE >>

There are plenty of good reasons to have individual disability insurance to replace your income should you become injured. But if you own a business, it's not just about you. As a business owner, you’re probably the primary driving force of your business, as well as the bankroll. READ MORE >>

Due to the litigious nature of our society and the rising cost of vehicles, car insurance rates are hefty throughout the nation. The bad news is that insurance isn't likely to lessen in price any time soon. The good news is that there are things that you can do to minimize increases and/or lessen the burden on your wallet. READ MORE >>

Insurance. Do your eyes glaze over just reading the word? It may not be the most thrilling subject, but it's essential for new homebuyers to understand the nuts and bolts of their homeowners insurance. Virtually all mortgage lenders require insurance coverage to protect their investment. READ MORE >>

Mornings can be tough, and many people resort to caffeine and sugar to perk up for work. But too much can have some negative effects on your health. Ready to start energizing more naturally to preserve your health? There are two great methods to try. Exercise READ MORE >>

In the United States, it has been a relatively quiet year for catastrophes. There were wildfires along the West Coast earlier in the year; the earthquake in Napa Valley, Calif., in August; and flooding in the Midwest, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. READ MORE >>

Only a third of the American population owns life insurance, even though 70 percent of households claim they would experience financial trouble if the primary wage earner died. Why is there such a wide gap? Unfortunately, many people are led astray by poor advice or myths. READ MORE >>

You likely have all sorts of things in your home right now that would serve you well in an emergency, with a few additions and some organization, you'll have a functional kit and contingency plan. Creating a home emergency kit can be a simple to enormous undertaking depending on the level of energy and preparation you want to invest into it. READ MORE >>

For most of us, the act of driving is part of our daily routine; it feels like second nature. But safe driving requires our focus and attention. Left-hand turns top the list of the most challenging and dangerous driving maneuvers. READ MORE >>

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