Disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and earthquakes can strike with little or no warning. To ensure that you and your family are prepared, there’s no time like the present to create emergency kits: one for use if you need to evacuate your home and one for use if you get trapped in your home for several days.Read More
No one expects an emergency or disaster to strike but the fact of the matter is they do, usually at the most unexpected times.
Prevention is always the first step but for the unavoidable hazards, being prepared can prevent loss and save lives.Read More
When hurricane warnings hit, the last thing you want to do is worry about whether or not you’re prepared. A little effort now can yield big savings and peace of mind in the future.Read More
Research shows there are an average of 10 million vehicle accidents in the United States annually. They range from major accidents to small fender benders. In the event a car accident it is important to know what the proper steps to follow. Individuals who know how to react in severe accidents can help save their own lives, the lives of passengers and the lives of people in other vehicles involved. This may also help reduce insurance liabilities in some cases.Read More
There were several programs established by the Social Security Act to ensure individuals with disabilities and those who retire have supplemental income. It also established a program for survivors to receive a death benefit. Supplemental income from Social Security keeps more than 40 percent of the elderly population out of poverty. With all of the changes and amendments made since 1935, the tax implications are complicated for individuals and employers. The following are 10 common tax questions related to Social Security.Read More