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Making out a checklist is a great way to determine if job candidates are a good fit.
4 Factors To Help You Find The Right Hire
With the economy on the move and job sentiment improving, these guidelines can help ensure you pick the right candidate for an open position.
There are 28 million small businesses in the United States.
Paying Tribute To The 'Mom And Pop' Business Owner
March 29 is National Mom and Pop Business Owners Day, making it the perfect time to review your business owner insurance policy.
If you're driving, don't risk going down a street that's flooded.
The Big Meltdown: Dealing With Standing Water
Winter's wrath and spring rains could make for localized flooding issues out on the roads.
New data from the Insurance Research Council helps to further establish how insurance fraud hurts everyone in the wallet.
When Insurance Fraud Wins, Everyone Loses
Fraud and buildup add $7.7 billion in excess auto insurance claims, according to a new study from the Insurance Information Institute.
The moving violation performed and where it takes place both have an impact on how much insurance premiums increase, according to a recent study.
How Moving Violations Can Affect Auto Insurance Premiums
In Hawaii, reckless driving can increase premiums by nearly 290%, according to Quadrant Information Services.
If it's been a year since you've replaced your alarms' batteries, switch them out when you turn the clocks ahead an hour this weekend.
Check Your Alarms When Changing The Clocks
Make it a tradition to check your home's fire and carbon monoxide alarms whenever the clocks 'spring forward.'
Homeowners who have their siding replaced are forecast to recoup 80% of what they spend to have the project done.
Ringing In Spring With Home Upkeep Projects
Be it minor or major, renovation can bring a big return on homeowners' investment.
Malware is one of many cyber security threats that increase consumers' and business owners' vulnerability.
Cyber Crime May Be Even Bigger Threat Than Perceived To Be
A new study suggests that because the FBI doesn't keep tabs on cyber security incidents, breaches may be more common than experts realize.
Close to 60 million Americans are regularly exposed to secondhand smoke, according to new data from the CDC.
1 in 4 Americans Still Exposed To Secondhand Smoke, CDC Says
An estimated 58 million consumers are around SHS on a regular basis, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Keep driving safe and sober your No. 1 priority this St. Patrick's Day holiday.
Celebrate Responsibly This St. Patrick's Day
Make sure drunk driving isn't part of your St. Patrick's Day holiday.
March 16-22 is National Flood Safety Awareness Week.
Get Informed This National Flood Safety Awareness Week
Take time to prepare this week for flooding in the event one occurs this spring or thereafter.
When the water recedes, it's time to get to work getting your life back to normal.
Flood Safety Awareness Week - After a Flood
Once the flooding has ended, these tips will help you determine what to do next. 
Flooding can bring business operations to a grinding halt.
Flood Safety Awareness Week - During A Flood
The following tips should enable you to know what to do when in the midst of a flood event.
The thawing conditions brought on by spring can create flood problems.
Flood Safety Awareness Week - Before A Flood
These tips will give you the tools needed to prepare for a flood. 
Looking to de-clutter? Make sure what you put away in storage is properly protected, the Insurance Information Institute recently advised.
Complement Your Spring Cleaning Ritual with the Proper Insurance
The Insurance Information Institute offers tips on what to look for in a storage facility.
Employers who underestimate winter and don't prepare are risking their company's success.
Businesses' Winter Weather Preparations Fall Flat, Employees Say
Many employees say they were underwhelmed with how their companies prepared for winter this year, according to a recent survey.
A new poll indicates that many renters are relocating this year to save on living expenses.
Affordability Main Reason Why Renters Are Moving This Year, Poll Finds
25% of renters intends to move this year to lower their cost of living, according to an survey.
Your home inspection should take two to three hours to complete.
5 Key Questions To Ask Before Hiring A Home Inspector
Here are five questions that will help you land a qualified home inspection professional.
Residual values and interest rates will play a big part in how car sales perform over the next five years, according to a recent report from PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Automotive Sales Market Paved With Ambiguity
PricewaterhouseCoopers says that 2015 will likely be the sixth year in a row for increased car sales, but the market may downturn thereafter.
New polling data suggests that Americans who work from home get more done than they do at the office, benefitting both employees and employers who provide the opportunity.
Remote Work Paying Dividends For Employers, Employees
More than three quarters of employees who work from home say they're productivity increases, according to a recent survey.
Flooding is the most common natural disaster in the United States, something that many people may experience this spring after a brutal winter.
Flood Concerns Arise With Spring Nearing
Take advantage of National Severe Weather Preparedness Week by building a disaster supplies kit.
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