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Archives: 2022

What You Should Know About Common Household Poisons

Each year, more than 2 million poisonings are reported to poison control centers across America. And according to the U.S. Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), more than 90% of those poisonings occur at home. To help you identify any potential poison risks in your home – and know what to do if a poisoning occurs – here’s what you should know about common household poisons....

How to Get Better Gas Mileage (And Other Questions About Fuel Economy)

If you’re looking for ways to tighten your monthly budget, there’s an unexpected place you can look: Your garage. No, we’re not telling you to sell your car (although that’s certainly an option). Rather, it’s time to take a closer look at the way you drive and take care of your vehicle. As gas prices climb, both of these habits can make a bigger impact...

3 Ways Life Insurance Can Help with Estate Planning

Estate planning is not just for those who plan to retire, or the elderly – this process is a crucial issue for anyone who wants to protect their assets and their loved ones. Life insurance is one of the most effective estate planning tools, no matter the size or value of your estate. You may be in the process of purchasing a home for your...

General Liability vs. Professional Liability Insurance

If you own a business, you need to ensure you have the right business insurance. What is right for your company, general liability, or professional liability insurance? It could not be more critical to select the correct type of business insurance for the activities of your company. For many types of businesses, you need both general liability and professional liability coverage. General Liability Insurance: What...

Questions You Should Never Ask in a Job Interview

Imagine this hypothetical scenario: you’re a small business owner who needs to fill an open position at your company. After sorting through resumes and interviewing four candidates, you hire the one you think will be the right fit for the job. Your new employee joins your team, and business continues as usual. Three weeks later, you’re notified that one of the candidates you didn’t choose...