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5 Landscaping Strategies to Deter Burglars

5 Landscaping Strategies to Deter Burglars

One of the most important aspects of deterring burglars from your home is ensuring your exterior is designed to make a break in more difficult. There are many steps that homeowners can take to make their abodes less appealing to potential thieves. Here are five landscaping strategies to deter burglars. Keep Bushes Trimmed Around House There are a couple reasons ... Read More »

Securities Demystified

When learning about investing, people hear a lot of terms. It is easy to get confused. When discussing securities, you’re basically just talking about things you already know but haven’t realized it. Equities fall into two basic categories and combine to make a third category. The following is a brief overview of these categories and if you’re interested in actually ... Read More »

Power of Attorney in Estate Planning: Why It Matters

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What is Power of Attorney? The power of attorney is a powerful tool that can impact the lives of yourself, friends, and family long after the principal is deceased. “Power of attorney over a person, who is known as the principal, is most often utilized when the individual handing over power has concerns about their ability to make legal decisions ... Read More »

Investing in Times of Volatility: A Look at P2P Lending

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2020 has brought on its fair share of volatility, as was evident with the coronavirus stock market crash in March, where the S&P 500 index fell by more than 30% after reaching record highs just the month before. This is a harsh reminder of just how volatile the stocks and shares market can be at times. If you?re looking to ... Read More »

Military Cost Cutters App Review- Money-Saving App for Veterans

Due to health conditions like Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and Anxiety disorder, many war veterans in the United States are going through a tough time. Not to mention, other post-war symptoms like disability, substance abuse and weakening of relationships. Nine percent of the overall veteran population in the U.S is homeless, says a report by the United States Interagency Council ... Read More »