"An insurance policy may have a good price, but poor value."

- John H. Connors

Preventing Tax Fraud and Identity Theft

When it comes to filing taxes, there are plenty of reasons to file early instead of waiting until the last minute. The two most obvious are to get your refund back sooner, if you are receiving one, and to avoid long lines in the early-April post office rush.

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3 “Must-Ask” Questions For A Professional Mover

Make sure your moving experience goes smoothly by asking your potential mover some simple questions

Not counting my student days, I’ve moved five times. And each move’s been harder and harder to pull off.

Recently, as I began to stare down yet another move—our family’s grown and we could use a bigger house—I admitted what I’ve known for a while: It’s time to call in the pros.

But could I hire a mover without breaking the bank?

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How to Cope with Seasonal Depression: Tips from Around the World

Mark Taylor*, a lawyer based in Pennsylvania, feels a distinct negative shift in his mood during the winter months. The winter blues may just be a mild inconvenience for some, but many people actually feel the onset of depression, fatigue and the need to withdraw from social situations during this darker, colder time – symptoms of a condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD.

“I have never been formally diagnosed with SAD but I feel that I do suffer from it, and have since before I knew it was a diagnosable condition,” says Taylor.

Many different parts of the world experience long, cold winters and millions of people suffer from SAD. It affects about one to two percent of the population and usually runs in families, with women being more likely than men and young people more likely than older adults to develop the condition. The good news is that it’s treatable.

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