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10 ways to use the Internet to plan your move

by Ethan Greenfieldon Sep 20, 2018. We take the Internet for granted now as we’re rarely just a few clicks or taps away from accessing the Information Highway. Unfortunately, we don’t always take advantage of the power of Cyberspace to make our lives easier. Each year, around 40 million Americans …

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Kids Going to School? Make Sure Your Insurance Coverage Goes With Them

Kids headed off to college? Congratulations! But before they go, make sure that they are properly insured against unexpected surprises. “College campuses are kind of their own risk management cram course,” says Lynne McChristian, Florida spokesperson for the Insurance Information Institute. “You’ve got theft, drunken driving, drugs and students who leave …

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How to Combine Two Households and Keep Your Sanity

Combining households is emotional and stressful, especially if children are involved. Think it’s easy? Remember the sibling rivalries and resentments expressed each week on the Brady Bunch? If you are old enough, you likely know every word to the goofy but memorable intro song about how this blended family came together. If …

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9 Ways to Boost Your Home’s Curb Appeal When Selling

You just can’t underestimate the importance of curb appeal when selling your home. In fact, 99 percent of real estate experts agree that curb appeal is vital in attracting a buyer, according to a 2016 National Association of Realtors survey. A big part of that first impression is your yard and …

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What to do with your food when moving

by Ethan Greenfieldon Jun 12, 2018. You’re getting ready to move out when you suddenly realize that you haven’t thought about where all the food in your current home will go. Your kitchen cupboards and pantry are probably stocked with various food supplies. The chances are that your refrigerator is …

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