While it may seem like a home fire will never happen to you, it's important to be prepared should the unthinkable occur. Of course there are things you can do in advance, like making copies of all important documents and keeping them elsewhere, like a storage unit, in-laws' home, or even the office. ... » Learn More about Fire Safety Tips for Your Family
We all love staying toasty warm! Paying a whopping heating bill? Not so much. Below are six ways to slash your bills while keeping the heat in all winter long. 1. Lower your thermostat by just 1 degree. You will hardly notice and this may reduce your heating bill by as much as 3 percent. Save ... » Learn More about How to Save on Heat This Winter
Today, home sellers in most states must fill out a form disclosing material facts about their homes. This type of disclosure could protect you from a lawsuit down the line. But what types of information should you disclose - what counts as "material facts"? Material facts are details about the ... » Learn More about What Should You Disclose?
Whether you're snow birding it or just jetting to a place with palms for a long weekend, there may be things you should do to protect your home - and save some hard-earned dollars - while you're sipping cool drinks in the sun. "It can be refreshing to spend winters in a warmer environment, but ... » Learn More about How to Prep Your Home for a Winter Away
(Family Features)--The regular work-at-home, non-self-employed population has grown by 115 percent since 2005, according to research from GlobalWorkplaceAnalytics.com. That translates to 3.7 million employees working from home at least half the time, while 40 percent more U.S. employers offer ... » Learn More about Create a Sleek, Functional Home Office