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31 Must-Have Items For Your Home Emergency Kit

It can be hard to imagine several days (or weeks) without power, internet or running water. But in the event of an emergency, anything can happen. That’s why your family should have an emergency plan and supplies ready for any type of disaster. Depending on where you live, a disaster could mean heavy snow, flooding, a tornado, or a hurricane. So make your plan personal...

Traditional 401(k) Vs. Roth 401(k)

The Roth 401(k) was introduced in 2006 and is becoming increasingly more common. The bigger the company, the more likely it is that employees will have the option of contributing to a Roth 401(k). Although the traditional 401(k) and the Roth 401(k) share some similarities, there are also major differences between the two. What Is A Roth 401(k)? A Roth 401(k) is a type of...

6 Fresh Ideas For A Fun Family Dinner Night

Sometimes, family dinners can start to feel like a chore. With poor planning, picky eaters, and hectic schedules, it’s easy to feel like you’re serving the same meals over and over again. But with a little creativity, family meals can be an opportunity for both parents and children to build stronger relationships while trying something new. Because meals are about more than just feeding your...

The 7 Most Unhelpful Things To Say To Someone Who’s House Hunting

Real talk: Buying your first house – or any house! – is one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll make in a lifetime. (That’s why it matters to do your research about homeowners insurance.) My husband and I have been house hunting for more than three years. And if your experience is anything like ours… it’s an emotional roller coaster. As a house-hunter, you’re already...

Could You Spot These Coronavirus Cyber Scams?

Editor's note: This article originally appeared on The PhishLabs Blog. By this time, most everyone in the world has heard about COVID-19, a global outbreak that is commonly referred to as the coronavirus. With growing fear and a lack of information, the stock markets have dropped to lows we haven’t seen in years, and organizations everywhere are putting together contingency plans. Like most global events,...