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Mobile phone technology – unleashing the future of the smartphone

Most people don’t realize how fast mobile phone technology is evolving these days, it seems to be increasing exponentially. As we study all the new applications and features along with all the new devices, we see that this progress is unstoppable. The question is; are you in or out? Do you embrace these new technologies and applications or are you …

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Familiarize yourself with basic homeowners insurance

Buying a house is a big purchase. It is one of the most important decisions you could ever make in your life. Even with the collapse of the housing market and the subsequent fall in home prices and values, buying a home is still considered a major investment. And the best way to protect this large investment is to purchase …

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Cheap Nevada auto insurance

All you need to do is take a few minutes to compare quotes online. Up to 10 rates can be compared within minutes. Let’s take a look at Nevada insurance basics and a few tips that can help you save hundreds of premiums. Nevada auto insurance rates fluctuate widely depending on many factors such as a person’s age, location, and …

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The insurance science of disability

If you are young and healthy, you probably haven’t given much thought to disability insurance. Most workers in this age group can even dismiss it as negligible given their youth. “Disability insurance? “Pay if I become disabled?” they might exclaim. “Well, this is coverage I don’t really need.” If you were to speak to the professionals – those in the …

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Get your car ready for the summer holidays

It’s that time of year again. You think of the annual summer drive to Cape Cod, the New Jersey Shore, the beaches in Florida or the mountains in California. However, there are a few things to keep in mind before you load up the car with luggage and fasten everyone’s seatbelts. A broken tire or an overheated radiator are just …

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Bonds explained

The bond market always seems so confusing to almost everyone. It seems to be upside down. Why is it so? When an investor buys a bond maturing in 20 years, he puts his money down, say $10,000, and every quarter (or annually, or as agreed) the bond’s issuer sends him a check for the interest. If it was 6%, the …

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