Sergeant David Hicks of the Montgomery Police Department has some suggestions to help you avoid becoming a victim of crime during the Spring Break vacation period.
Spring break is almost here and many of you may be planning a much needed vacation. The last thing you need after a relaxing vacation is to return home and find that you have been a victim of a criminal act, especially a burglary. Here are a few tips that may keep you from being a victim.
Having a monitored security system installed can make your home and property safer and save you money as well! The FBI reports that homes without security systems installed are three times more likely to be burglarized.
A victim of Identity theft can spend many months and sometimes years correcting the damage done by fraud caused by the theft of information associated with their bank accounts and credit cards. Just getting a credit rating corrected can be a nightmare. Take the following advice to protect yourself against identity theft.
Festive candles and lights, electrical cords, trees and seasonal plants, and even baking and food serving activities all pose potential risks for injury or loss. Be sure you're being as safe as possible while enjoying your Christmas and New Year festivities!.
It is a huge mistake to assume that damage or loss of your property will be covered by a landlord's insurance policy!. Rental property owners commonly carry only enough insurance to repair or replace the building or structures. It is the renter responsibility to insure his or her own personal property..
If something catastrophic happened to your home (fire, tornado), would your insurance policy be enough to cover the cost of rebuilding it?
If your home is not insured up to its full replacement cost, you might have to come out of pocket to build it anew! Depending on how much time has passed since you first insured your home, how many and what kind of improvements you've made over the years, you may not be insured adequately to cover the full cost of rebuilding.
The AAP has now stated that infants and toddlers should be kept in rear-facing car seats for “as long as possible.”
The AAP had previously recommended that all babies be transported in rear facing until at least two years of age. Their new stance is that babies should remain rear-facing until they reach the car seat manufacturers maximum height and weight guidelines, regardless of the child's age.
When you are planning a home renovation or improvement project, you should be aware that your contractor choice can be a critical part of the planning process. You definitely want to be sure of the quality of their work befrore they begin and have everyting you want done in writing and definitely agree on the scope and cost of the project. Another great idea is to be sure the contractor is properly licensed and insured just in case something goes wrong.
Focusing on children’s college tuition needs and neglecting their own retirement is something many parents do. As parents, we are providing private school, automobiles, and basically supporting kids today. That shouldn't mean you don't plan to have a pleasant retirement. Howver, that freshman year budget can be on the doorstep a lot quicker than you expect, and it will not be denied! How in the world do people manage both of these obligations?
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