Your First Apartment

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Moving out on your own for the first time is a rite of passage for most young adults.  You are either headed off to college to experience your first taste of freedom and independence or you’ve just graduated and accepted a full-time position in a new city. The excitement of new beginnings also comes with some serious responsibilities. Signing a lease for an apartment is a contractual obligation and there penalties if you do not fulfill the agreement. Even beyond that there are other considerations such as Renters Insurance. read more

Thoughtful Ways to Bring the Outdoors In

Photo Credit: Anne Decker Architects/DC Metro Kitchen

Increased Longevity When Exposed to the Outdoors  By Guest Blogger Karen Kaplan of New Leaf Interiors

Now that our weather has turned to spring and things are in bloom, our views are focused on the outdoors. It’s important to make the most of this and to bring the outdoors into our homes. Research has shown the healing powers and increased longevity of exposure to the outdoors. read more

Are Your Auto Insurance Limits Enough To Protect Your Assets?

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Property damage and medical expenses can easily exceed policy limits

The average judgment awarded in Auto accidents cases in the State of Georgia is $384,000 and without adequate limits of insurance, the driver is responsible for paying.  Bad auto accidents are a common occurrence on Georgia highways.  The cost of property damage and medical expenses can easily exceed policy limits if the driver is carrying state minimum coverage. read more