Home Electrical Safety

Faulty wiring and overloaded circuits are not to be taken lightly. Faulty wiring and overloaded circuits are not to be taken lightly.

IRS Audit Do’s and Don’ts

What you need to know before it happens. The Internal Revenue Service calls it an examination, but the rest of us know it as the dreaded “A” word: audit. Only a small percentage of taxpayer returns are selected randomly for … Continued

Nighttime Driving Tips

Check out some ways you can stay safe on the road after the sun goes down. Check out some ways you can stay safe on the road after the sun goes down.

Sports Sponsorships Aid Hospital, Company

Tickets are available for the inaugural Nationwide Children’s Hospital 200. The December 2012 announcement of the Nationwide Children’s Hospital 200 at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course was more than an exciting moment for thousands of motorsports fans in Ohio. It … Continued

Estate Sales for Everyone

Your family estate probably doesn’t look like Downton Abbey, but don’t let that stop you. Estate sales aren’t just for the rich and famous. In fact, an estate sale is an efficient way to liquidate a house full of belongings, … Continued

How to Handle Carsickness in Kids

Keep the queasiness to a minimum with these tips. Even the most anticipated of outings can cause family-wide dread when carsickness comes into the picture. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), children ages 2 to12 years … Continued

City Driving Tips for Country Folk

With a little planning, you can tackle the urban jungle. Are you a country mouse (or suburbanite) planning to head into the big city? Prospects of doing this can seem intimidating to the uninitiated. You’ll need to think ahead about … Continued

Busting Common Car Myths – Part 1: Leave it running?

Welcome to first installment of our ‘Busting Common Car Myths’ series, where we’ll be examining popular car myths and testing their accuracy.

Myth: “Turning off a car then restarting it wastes much more gas than letting it idle for a few minutes.”

Up in Smoke – Part 1: How to Avoid 5 Common Home Fire Hazards

Fire prevention in the home is something we all need a refresher on from time to time. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 85 percent of fire deaths happen in the home, and those household fires are responsible for billions of dollars in property damages each year. The good news is that nearly all home fires are preventable by watching out for a few common fire hazards