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How To Keep Your Workplace A Safe Space

  From constructions zones to office spaces, on-the-job injuries happen on a daily basis just about anywhere. In fact, according to the National Safety Council, nearly 13,000 workers are hurt daily, which translates to one injury every seven seconds. Tragically, some of these injuries are so severe that workers are […]

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Couples Spending Top Dollar For Weddings This Year

To steal a phrase from the late great Frank Sinatra, love and marriage truly do go together like a horse and carriage. But making a strong case for inclusion in the matrimonial pairing – this year, in particular – is spending, according to a newly released wedding trends report. Thumbtack, […]

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How Often Should You Check Your Credit Report?

If you’ve paid attention to the nation’s real estate scene lately, you know that houses are selling like proverbial hotcakes. So much so that the number of listings in many communities has grown increasingly smaller, leaving prospective buyers with fewer choices. Soon-to-be homeowners aren’t especially concerned about low inventory levels, […]

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Spring Is Here: Is Your Worksite Equipment Ready For It?

For most of us, spring is all about flowers blooming, birds chirping and the crack of the bat as baseball players young and old return to the ball field. But for contractors, spring is a season of motors humming, chains rattling and saws whirring as it’s time to return to […]

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Co-Signing Student Loans? Consider Life Insurance

Between October 1 and December 31, 2015, private debt collection companies hired by the Department of Education garnished more than $176 million in wages from defaulted student loan borrowers in order to pay back their debts. These garnishments were all related to federal student loans which never need a cosigner, […]

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Keep Your Pets Protected In Emergencies

More than 60% of U.S. households have at least one pet as a companion, according to polling data. When it comes to what type of pets Americans have, dogs and cats are the overwhelming favorites, as you might expect. But these little – or not so small – creatures are […]

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New App for Home Inventory in Case of Disaster

It is almost unimaginable to think about losing your belongings and important documents in a tragedy such as a home fire, flood, robbery or other disaster.  However, if this happens, it is much easier to make an insurance claim if you have accurate records of your property and can prove […]

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The Importance of Smoke Detectors

Something as simple as changing the batteries in your fire alarm can wind up saving your life. With Daylight Saving Time approaching, in addition to setting back the clocks on March 13, the National Fire Protection Association is urging homeowners to also check the batteries on their smoke alarms. It’s […]

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Don’t Be a Deer in the Headlights

Just picture it – you’re driving on a winding road blasting some music, enjoying your time with family and friends, when something pops out in front of you. Do you brake? Do you try to swerve around the thing? During the spring, animals with other things on their minds seem […]

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Avoiding Frozen Pipes

Extreme cold temperatures are expected in the Northeast beginning Saturday morning and carrying through the Valentine’s Day weekend. Temperatures are expected to fall to near-record lows, with wind chills diving into the 20s to 30s below zero. Fortunately, the cold blast is not expected to last long; temperatures are forecast […]

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