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Friendly Spots for Solo Trips

Traveling solo has its advantages. You’re free to set your own itinerary, and you don’t need to convince anyone else about whether a destination is worth visiting. That said, it’s

When It’s Time for Kids to Get Their Own Insurance

Here are some considerations to weigh when it’s time to leave the familial coverage nest.

Curb Appeal Tips to Help You Sell Your Home

Summer is a hot season for home sales. In fact, after a slight dip in May, home sales tend to climb well above the annual average in June and July,

Should I Co-Sign a Loan?

What do I need to know before co-signing a loan?

Home Security Systems, Decoded

If you’re thinking about investing in a home security system, do your homework. Selecting the right system for your home and your budget isn’t as easy as you think.

Distance Learning Costs

The number of higher education students who took at least one distance education course grew by 3.9 percent in recent years, according to a study by Babson Survey Research Group.

Score a Great Deal on Your Next Car

Buying a car can be exciting, but stressful. Getting a good price will lessen the latter. John Paul, AAA’s Car Doctor, has the following advice to help you get a

Should I Drop My Collision Coverage?

Should I ever consider dropping collision coverage from my auto insurance?

Generator Safety to Keep in Mind This Winter

It’s the middle of a nor’easter. The wind is howling. You peek out the window and see nothing but a white sheet of blowing snow. You’re happy to be inside,

Keep Life Insurance in Line With Your Life

Whether you’re buying your first policy or an additional plan, there are usually benefits to acting sooner than later.