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Thursday, September 15, 2016Vets are not cheap. In fact, let’s be honest here. Vets are expensive. Every time you take your pet to the vet for even routine treatment it seems to cost a lot. And once you factor in pills, injections and aftercare it can seem like an all too costly undertaking. READ MORE >>
Monday, August 15, 2016The motorcycle industry has been undergoing quite dramatic levels of shrinkage over the last few years. In February 2006 the Motorcycle Industry Council reported that bike sales had risen for the 13th consecutive year and that in 2005 there were approximately 1,116,000 new motorcycles sold in the United States. READ MORE >>
Friday, July 15, 2016It is definitely worth sitting down and reviewing your health insurance arrangements more frequently, because getting some comprehensive health insurance quotes can reassure you that it can be affordable to give you and your family peace of mind. It is a trueism that the value of health is seldom measured until it is lost. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 15, 2016Hurricanes remain the costliest natural disasters in the U.S. today, with Katrina ($67.8 billion) topping the list, followed by Sandy ($26.4 billion) and Andrew ($25.8 billion). The common denominator among these hurricanes: the surprisingly low numbers of affected property owners covered by flood insurance. READ MORE >>
Sunday, May 15, 2016It can be tough to think of "worse-case-scenarios", and all of us are guilty at different times of worrying about things tomorrow. But what if there wasn't a tomorrow? Would your family be able to cope financially without your wage? If your answer is anything less then an immediate Yes, then you need to urgently consider taking out some affordable life insurance. READ MORE >>
Friday, April 15, 2016According to the American Health Care Association 9,803,755 Americans needed long term care in 2010. Four out of every 10 older people stay in a nursing home at some time, and nearly one in ten will stay for five or more years (the average stay in a nursing home is 2 and half years). READ MORE >>
Tuesday, March 15, 2016One of the great joys of life is the day that you can either afford to buy the classic car that you have always longed for, or you finish the long road of restoration and repairs that means you have turned a wreck into a classic car that is ready for the road! READ MORE >>
Monday, February 15, 2016Florida auto insurance is a bit different from other states in the fact that they are a Partial No Fault state. What this means is that parts of a claim need to be handled by the individuals that are injured. That means that they handle their own medical bills that occur from having an accident. READ MORE >>
Friday, January 15, 20161. Money Isn’t One-Size-Fits-All “Our motto is that personal finance is personal,” Rhodes says.
In other words, there are no hard and fast rules that work for everybody.
“Instead, you have to learn basic financial principles—such as spending less than you earn... READ MORE >>
Monday, December 28, 2015Insurance exchanges are a key feature of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. They enable individuals to compare insurance plans from a variety of carriers and choose the policy they like. Exchanges got off to a rough start with website glitches but overall they’ve been quite succes... READ MORE >>