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Five Tips for Safe Outdoor Play

From gardening and building sets to sidewalk chalk and scooters, and from bubbles and water blasters to bicycles and skateboards, a broad range of outdoor toys will help to entertain the young and the young at heart. To help assure that every play date is a safe one, the Toy Industry Association (TIA) offers parents
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The Low-Down on Credit Insurance

By John Voket I recently came across some great advice from Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler regarding costly and unneeded insurance being marketed to consumers who are borrowing money or making a purchase on credit. According to Gansler, this ”credit insurance” is notorious for being one of the most overpriced insurance products. Credit insurance
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Traffic Infractions: Their Severity and Impact on Insurance Rates

Traffic infractions can vary from minor to very serious and how an insurance company rates them varies as well. Drivers should know how these types of infractions affect premiums and when to shop around for a better rate. When a driver is given a ticket, it may cause an increase in premiums depending on the
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4 Medicare Benefits People Aren’t Using but Should Soon

New Medicare benefits could help keep older people independent, yet many aren’t using them. Sometimes that’s because they don’t know about them. The Affordable Care Act introduced these benefits last year, but with its future in the hands of the Supreme Courts and a decision expected in June, so now is the time to get
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Why Appliance Warranties are Key for New Homeowners

These days, making the decision to purchase a new home can be much more stressful than it once was. There are countless factors and steps that need to be taken into account before you settle in. A major factor is around finances and how you, as a new homeowner, will make sure your home’s appliances
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5 Ways to Save Money on Health Insurance

If you’re like most consumers, you’ve probably seen your health insurance premiums go up in the last year. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, family health insurance costs for those with employer-sponsored coverage increased by nine percent in 2011. Maybe it’s time for a health insurance checkup. Take a look at what you’re paying for coverage,
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Second Round Knock-Outs: How Public Adjusters Work for Homeowners to Gain More for Insurance Claims

AAA Public Adjusting Group, Inc. would like to educate potential consumers about the roll of public adjusters. Living in a volatile environment like South Florida often makes homeowners, business owners and vacation-property owners the victims of natural disaster. In such cases the homeowners (hopefully) have insurance coverage for their valuable property. When a property owner
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Tenants’ Renters Insurance Is a Must

With winter months ahead, renters should make certain they have a contents insurance policy that covers fire damage. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, residential fires are more prevalent in winter months than in spring or summer months. A residential fire can completely destroy a home and all of its contents. RentersInsurance.net discusses the importance
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