The Homeowner's Guide to Zombie Insurance

Your homeowners insurance may cover damage from the zombie apocalypse. Yes, you read that right. 

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8 Halloween Frights Home Insurance Can Cover

Halloween can be especially scary for homeowners. Between accidental fires and unexpected company (supernatural or otherwise), it’s no wonder insurers see upticks in vandalism and property damage claims this time of year.

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Tricks to Paying Off Credit Cards

Credit cards are hard to pay off, and if you’re like most of the US population, you probably have some credit debt to your name.

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Brush Removal for Fire Prevention: 3 Options

Now that you know defensible space around your home can minimize the potential for wildfire damage, it’s time to tackle one important part of defensible space: brush removal.

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5 Best Budgeting Apps for Homeowners

With 59 percent of American adults living paycheck to paycheck, it’s little wonder that budgeting apps have taken off.

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The California Homeowner’s Guide to Defensible Space

If you live in California, chances are good that you’ve heard the term “defensible space” in the last few years.

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Halloween Safety Tips During COVID-19

Like everything else this year, COVID-19 is changing how we do Halloween, too. If you still want to celebrate the spooky season, here’s how you and your family can do it safely, according to the CDC.

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12 Easy Ways to Reduce Energy Bills

Energy costs are on the rise, and with winter around the corner, now’s a good time to figure out what small changes you can make to keep that energy bill in check.

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Reminder: Home Insurance Covers More Than Just Your Home

Home insurance covers your home, belongings, and other structures for common sources of damage, like fire, theft, wind, hail, vandalism, smoke, and more. But it also covers you.

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The Ultimate Household Budget Worksheet

Your household budget doesn’t have to be complicated. A functional household budget simply accounts for money that comes in and money that goes out. That can be as simple as dedicating 50 percent of your money toward needs, 30 percent toward wants, and 20 percent for savings or debt repayment.

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