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How To Clean Granite Countertops

January 24, 2011

To keep your granite countertops clean, use a microfiber cloth to dust off countertop surfaces. Wipe down the granite countertops daily and as needed using water. Once a week wipe down with a damp cloth and a stone cleaner formulated with a neutral pH. Never use harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners. They can scratch, pit, […]

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Higher Deductible Philosophy

October 5, 2010

Adopting an overall higher deductible philosophy can save you tons of money over the years. Spell that $M$O$N$E$Y$ in your pocket! Let me show you how it works.

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Do You Have a Will?

September 22, 2010

According to Financial Planning Magazine, March 2010, nearly two-thirds of Americans don’t have a will. When that occurs, the person dies in a condition that’s called intestate — dying without a valid will.  This leaves it up to a judge and the laws of the state to determine the distribution of their assets and belongings. […]

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How to Review Your Homeowners Insurance Renewal Statement

February 10, 2010

For most of us, our home is our single largest and most important investment. Many of us have poured thousands of dollars and countless hours into maintaining, improving and (hopefully) paying off our homes. Many people own their homes free of any mortgage. These assets are pure equity. Certainly its worthwhile to invest 15 minutes […]

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Guarantee Savings With A Simple Checklist

August 21, 2009

Insurance needs change with age and circumstance, yet few people take the time to review their insurance needs and find savings to fatten their monthly budget. It is, though, one of the easiest ways to cut living expenses and save money. On the bright side, it takes just a phone call to switch policies, get […]

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10 Ways to Beat the High Cost of Auto Insurance (Part 1)

February 1, 2009

  Insurance has been one of the necessary evils of life for over 100 years. In this day of higher taxes, rising food prices and soaring housing costs, it is possible for you to get a handle on your own auto insurance costs. If you have been frustrated by an inattentive agent and constantly rising […]

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A word about DEDUCTIBLES…

April 27, 2008

Simply stated: A deductible is the amount that you pay toward a loss or claim before the insurance company begins to pay. The higher your deductible, the lower your premium. The more you are willing to participate in your loss, the greater the savings on your premium. The insurance company will offer your a lower […]

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Make a Budget and STICK TO IT – 7 Simple Steps

February 28, 2008

Ever felt like this guy here? I have. I think we’ve all had… well, let’s call them “Budget Issues” like this from time to time–Some of us more than others. Money can be the best thing and the worst thing all at the same time. Just about the time we make ends meet….Somebody moves the […]

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7 Things you need to know BEFORE you buy LIFE INSURANCE

February 22, 2008

The delivery of TAX-FREE LIFE INSURANCE proceeds is one of the most powerful social and economic forces in our country. What a shame that so many people don’t understand or appreciate its value. As you carefully read this post, you’ll be better able to make wise and forward-thinking decisions regarding your LIFE INSURANCE. By far […]

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Term Life Insurance – Beware of the Ticking Time Bomb

February 21, 2008

Beware Of Your Term Insurance — THE TICKING TIME BOMB! WHAT KIND OF INSURANCE IS BEST FOR ME? If you’ve read any of our other reports, you’ll know that even though insurance has been part of our culture for over 100 years, to most people – It’s still just a mystery. And because they don’t […]

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