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Mega Tips for Safe Holiday Travel

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Every year millions and millions of people travel away from home for the holidays. Although accidents, theft, and injury are not the itinerary, those events still happen. We're here to provide a few holiday travel tips to keep you safer and more aware. Know where to go Our first tip for safe holiday travel includes knowing where to go. This means having a solid route and detour plan in case it is needed. For example, if your route includes driving, you should familiarize yourself with the highways you will be using. If you need to check into an airport, view...
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DIY Holiday Gift Baskets That Won’t Break the Bank

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'Tis the season to be merry and bright. We're stuffing the stockings and lining the tree with presents. With only a week left until Christmas, many people who haven't knocked out their shopping list find themselves in a time crunch. If your busy life has put your holiday shopping plans on hold, don't worry. Here are a few creative ideas for themed gift baskets that shouldn't take too much time or money. We've got tons of ideas for themed gift baskets that suit a wide range of budgets. If you want to send your loved ones something DIY and special,...
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How Long Should You Keep Financial Records?

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We're in the last quarter of the year and it's time to think about taxes and paperwork. The biggest question that pops up every year is: How long should you keep financial records? There's always the concern that we will throw away important documents before their time, or that some type of discrepancy will be found. Let's dive right in and answer this question once and for all. There is a three-year minimum According to the IRS, there is a three-year minimum for all financial records. This includes things like bank statements, paycheck stubs, and investment worksheets. Here's a detailed...
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