Sometimes that tree just needs to come down. I've had to do that several times and it's not cheap. I also found that prices can vary greatly from company to company.
A trampoline is great fun. It can also be incredibly dangerous.
For the last week, a local woman has been turned away from her bank because the retail refund check she was trying to cash came back as invalid in the bank's computer system.
Nobody likes to think about getting old or needing help, but we're all going to get there some day.
If you plan to fix up your place, be sure consider energy efficiency when you buy materials and appliances.
It seems that the financial meltdown of 2008 continues to affect how a lot of people invest their money.
According to the American Red Cross, the best way to protect your family in a disaster is to have a disaster plan. That plan should include every member of your family, including your pets.
ATMs do a few things very well, like accept deposits and dispense cash. It turns out these marvelous machines can do much more when human tellers are involved in the transaction.
It seems like everyone is going "gluten free" these days. Most don't have a gluten-related disorder - only a small percentage of the population has celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.
You're faced with a choice: put money in your retirement fund or pay for your child's college tuition. Which should come first?
A TV set is heavy. So is a dresser. You don't want them falling on your child.
About 6,600 shoppers in the U.S. and Canada were asked to name their favorite supermarket, and how likely they would be to recommend it to a friend.
With a price of only $10, who wouldn't want to try a flash drive that claims you can watch thousands of free TV channels on your computer?
Plastic lumber is a popular choice for new decks, but a lot of people still want wood.
Before you put anything in storage, make an inventory of everything that's going inside that storage unit with the estimated value. You'll need that if there's a fire or some other disaster.