Unless you’re living in the 123-room Spelling Manor, you probably don’t have space to store massive amounts of tax and insurance paperwork, warranties, and repair receipts related to your home. But you’ll definitely want your paperwork at hand if you have to prove you deserved a tax deduction, file an insuranc ...Read more
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It’s time for your annual check-up. The good news is that for this one, you won’t have to don one of those revealing hospital gowns -- and you may walk away with a healthier pocketbook. We’re talking about a homeowners insurance check-up, a task you should complete once a year, ideally around renewal time. Thi ...Read more
Let's face it — contemplating catastrophe can be stressful. Some people even feel like they're courting a disaster by planning for one. That's a natural response, but it's not in your best interest as a homeowner. "Denial is a pretty strong emotional mechanism for trying to put yourself at ease," says Rick Bissell, Ph.D., ...Read more
A storm has knocked out power to your neighborhood, but you need to use your computer for work today. A portable generator might be the fastest way to whirl back into action. Unlike a large, permanently installed standby generator, a portable backup unit requires less money up front — about $500 to $2,000, versus $4,000 a ...Read more
It's that age-old conundrum: You pay for homeowners insurance to protect yourself from financial ruin, yet filing a claim when disaster does strike puts you at risk of seeing your annual premiums increase by hundreds of dollars. Worse, either a major claim or too many claims in a given period, no matter how legitimate, could le ...Read more