It’s the 21st-century. Nobody should still be storing their important family documents in a file cabinet or messy folder.
Back in the day, I wrote obituaries at a daily newspaper in the Midwest. I loved it — it was a chance to tell someone’s story in full. Yes, the impetus was a sad one. (The deceased was deceased, after all.) But it was often a chance to tell the tale of someone’s heroic achievements…
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A little research and taking the time to ask the right questions can save you a bundle on auto insurance. Here are 8 tips to get the best price.
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Whether you’re considering becoming a single mother by choice or wondering how much it costs to be a single parent, here are some financial factors to consider.
Your life and your money are online, but your passwords are still in your head – in an emergency, that may be a problem. Here’s how to solve it.
A complete guide to storing your family’s important documents so they’re safe, secure and accessible in case of an emergency.