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3 Ways To Increase Your Tenant Retention

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It can sometimes be difficult to retain tenants. If a tenant is not satisfied with his or her current place, then they may find another place to live. It is cheaper to retain tenants than it is to attract new ones, so landlords should do all that they can to keep their current tenants. Below … More

4 No-Bake Recipe Ideas For July

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When the weather heats up, the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven or stove to cook a meal and make the house even warmer. Make use of the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables available in July by preparing these easy, no-bake recipes. Fruit and Yogurt Parfait Ingredients: 1 c … More

What Exactly Is Umbrella Insurance?

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Most people have basic insurance to protect against natural disasters, car accidents, and even personal injury, but every policy has its limitations. That’s where liability insurance comes in. This type of insurance offers additional protection in the event that your liability runs out with your typical insurance plans. Umbrella coverage can save your skin on … More

Fireworks Safety 101

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The Fourth of July is one of the most popular holidays in the United States. During this time of celebration, many people love to watch the colorful fireworks light up the sky. For decades, sparklers and bottle rockets have remained a favorite among families. Here are some critical safety tips to keep in mind when … More

Lightning Safety Facts and Tips

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The chances of being struck by lightning in the U.S. are about one in 600,000. Despite the low odds of it happening to you, remember that lightning is one of the three most common causes of storm-related deaths. The risk of serious injury or death from lightning strikes can be considerably lowered if you share … More

Your Guide to Restaurant Liability Insurance

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A part of running a successful restaurant includes being able to insure your restaurant properly. Your restaurant is a place full of moving parts and most importantly hungry customers. Therefore, accidents or illnesses may occur and as the owner preparation is essential. The last thing you want to be worried about is restaurant liability insurance during … More

It’s hurricane season again

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Hurricane season is upon us again here in the United States. Even though a milder season is predicted, it is not a good idea to sit on our laurels and be unprepared if a big storm were to hit. Here is a good reminder on some steps you can take right now to keep your … More

Poison ivy, wasps and other nuisances on the job

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If you or your employees work outside, you have probably encountered some nuisances that make doing a job very difficult.  It is important to give employees proper training and materials to help keep those nuisances from becoming bigger problems.  Accidents and injuries can result if there is no knowledge about how to handle these issues.  … More

Long term care insurance for your loved ones

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According to statistics found on www.aarp.org, in 2009 42.1 million caregivers in the United States provided an estimated $450 billion worth of unpaid care to aging relatives and friends. Along with the financial burden, a lot of caregivers also admit to feeling saddened and even depressed because of the time consumed by the people they … More

Motorcycles, cars and trucks sharing the road

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Now that spring has sprung, motorcycle enthusiasts are taking to the road much more often than in the cooler months. Spring is the perfect time to get out on the bike for a toodle around town or a long ride across the Texas highways and byways. The temperature is perfect because it’s not too cold … More