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What to Know Before Renting a Car This Summer

Summertime offers the opportunity for adventure, exploration, and sharing time with friends and family. Whether planning a cross-country road trip, a weekend getaway to the beach, or exploring a new city, renting a car can enhance your travel experience by providing freedom and flexibility. However, several issues must be considered before you hit the road to ensure you enjoy a smooth, stress-free journey. Assess Your...

Celebrating Pride Month This June & All Year Long

June is Pride Month, a time of great significance for LGBTQ+ communities worldwide. This celebration is more than just a commemoration of LGBTQ+ history, struggles, and achievements; it is a time to remember the tireless efforts of activists and allies who have fought for equal rights and acceptance for all.  Through parades, festivals, and other events, Pride Month is a powerful reminder of the ongoing...

How Much Does Life Insurance Cost?

It’s a universal fact: everyone needs life insurance.1 Whether you’re a student, parent (single or married), or empty nester, life insurance can help protect the life you’ve built for yourself (or a future if you purchase life insurance for a child). So, what’s preventing you from getting a policy today? Aside from the general discomfort many get when discussing life insurance, presumed costs often hold...

Buying a Car from a Private Seller

When scouting for a high-quality used car, sometimes a private seller rather than a dealership offers better value. But, while private sellers can offer great deals, there are some important considerations to remember. Let’s look at some tips and advice on buying a car from a private seller safely and confidently. Playing With Price When buying a car from a private seller, pricing is one...

What is Renters' Insurance and Why Do I Need It?

If you’re getting ready to rent an apartment, you’ve probably got a long list of things to do before you move. You’ll want to add “get renters' insurance” to your to-do list along with ensuring you've packed everything you need and signed all the right paperwork. Yes, your landlord has an insurance policy, but it most likely won’t cover your belongings in case of a...