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What You Need To Know an Do Before Subletting
April 7, 2014

What You Need To Know an Do Before Subletting

Subletting can be a good way to offset rental and leasing costs, while also making use of a space that would otherwise go to waste. It’s not necessarily a situation that renters should jump into without lots of consideration and due diligence, though. If you’re thinking about subletting your space, what steps do you need […]

by Briana Fabbri
What Do I Need to Know About Homeowner’s Insurance?
March 26, 2014

What Do I Need to Know About Homeowner’s Insurance?

If you’re a new homeowner, the process of researching and purchasing homeowner’s insurance can seem like a daunting task. If you know what to look for, though, and what is expected of you, it can make the task much more manageable. We spoke with a number of insurance and financial experts to learn what you […]

by Briana Fabbri
What Steps Should You Take if You’re Moving?
March 19, 2014

What Steps Should You Take if You’re Moving?

Moving can be a stressful experience. Finding a new apartment or home, changing utility services, transferring accounts and getting settled in are all challenges on their own. But there are a few steps you can take to help ensure that you stay in good financial standing, and don’t end up with a pile of past-due […]

by Briana Fabbri
What Do I Need to Know About Renters’ Insurance?
March 10, 2014

What Do I Need to Know About Renters’ Insurance?

Although 35 percent of the U.S. population rents their home, a whopping 7 in 10 renters don’t have a renters’ insurance policy. PolicyGenius cofounder Francois de Lame says that renters are often hesitant to purchase a policy even though it’s often in their best interest to do so. Do you rent? Should you purchase a […]

by Briana Fabbri
The Basics About Homeowner Associations
March 5, 2014

The Basics About Homeowner Associations

If you’re looking to buy your first home, you might have run into properties that are part of a homeowner association (HOA). Although HOAs can come with a number of benefits (and a number of regulations), they can still drive buyers away just because of their intimidating nature. If you’re interested in an HOA property, […]

by Briana Fabbri
5 Car Repairs You Should Do This Winter
January 27, 2014

5 Car Repairs You Should Do This Winter

As the weather turns nasty, it’s important to make sure that your vehicle is prepared to deal with every winter storm that Mother Nature might throw your way. Not an auto expert? Don’t worry. We spoke with several experts to learn what car repairs you need to tackle as soon as possible this winter. Many […]

by Briana Fabbri
10 Ways to Keep Heating Costs Down During Cold Winter Months
December 18, 2013

10 Ways to Keep Heating Costs Down During Cold Winter Months

As the bitter winter cold begins to set in, the drafts and cracks in your house or apartment once again become a major problem. Keeping your home warm without having to pay a pricey heating bill can be a difficult task. That’s why we asked energy and home repair experts to find out the 10 […]

by Briana Fabbri
How To Manage Kids’ Expectations During the Holiday Season
December 13, 2013

How To Manage Kids’ Expectations During the Holiday Season

As soon as the holiday season begins, excited youngsters begin making out their wish lists. Although it’s a tradition, this is also a potential source of frustration and unhappiness. Not being able to buy their dream gift, or not having the funds to buy as much as they may be expecting can result in Christmas […]

by Briana Fabbri
Teens and Cars: a Teen Driving Safety Guide for Parents
November 21, 2013

Teens and Cars: a Teen Driving Safety Guide for Parents

While many parents may dread it, many teenagers look forward to getting their driver’s license and the freedom it brings. Driving also brings responsibility with it, which some teenagers fail to understand. The rate of traffic accidents for teenager drivers is higher than for any group of people. Over 3,000 teenagers between the ages of […]

by Reynaldo Villar
Eldercare
October 23, 2013

The Financial Fallout of Caring for Aging Parents

It’s one of the harsh realities of aging: at some point, our parents will reach the age when they need help with basic tasks, from meal preparation to bathing. Millions of Americans people take on care of elderly parents themselves rather than hiring outside help or sending aging parents to a nursing home. According to […]

by Briana Fabbri

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