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Ways to Celebrate Black History Month in Westchester

Ways to Celebrate Black History Month in Westchester February is National Black History month and Westchester is bustling with way to lean about and celebrate African-American History.  Family Studio Art Projects – Yonkers http://www.hrm.org/calendar/families.html Saturdays and Sundays: February 4-5, 11-12. 18-19, 25-26…

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Your Art May Be Worth More Than You Think

Your Art May Be Worth More Than You Think The Wall Street Journal recently stated that commodities such as art, antiques and other tangibles account for an average of 17% of high net worth individuals’ assets. Yet, according to most estate attorneys, death, divorce and debt are the only times most people have their collections appraised. By…

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How to Prevent Frozen Pipes

How to Prevent Frozen Pipes Each year more than 225,000 homes are damaged by water pipes that freeze and burst. A burst water pipe can cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home, furnishings, important papers, photographs, and family heirlooms. Even during a mild winter, frozen pipe claims on average can have more than $5,000+ in…

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6 Smart Insurance Resolutions

6 Smart Insurance Resolutions Insurance can be a great safety net for when life just doesn’t go your way but that doesn’t mean that you should ignore it when things are going well. The new year brings resolutions to do things better so here are a few recommendations to strengthen that safety net and possibly avoid some common insurance 

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Insuring Jewelry for Travel

Insuring Jewelry for Travel Planning a trip? Here are some tips for bringing your jewelry along. Make a list and takes photos of all the jewelry that you will take with you. Keep one copy with you and store it separately from your jewelry, leave another copy at home. Pack only the jewelry you plan on wearing while traveling and at your…

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Penne alla Vodka, with a perfect pairing to match!

Penne alla Vodka, with a perfect pairing to match! I’ve posted quite a few recipes that could take from an hour to six hours of preparation and usually with a decent hit to the wallet. So I got to thinking about the average person or aspiring cook in this busy day and age. I know that entertaining can be laborious and often expensive, but what…

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Make time for Eye Health

Make time for Eye Health When most people think of eye injuries at work they think of safety goggles, manufacturing and construction environments. In today’s technology focused world, eye injuries and eyestrain in particular are becoming more common in office environments. A common disorder is computer vision syndrome, I know it sounds made 

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Top 10 Property and Liability Claims for Small Businesses

Top 10 Property and Liability Claims for Small Businesses When you own your own small business you probably worry about things like theft, property damage and fire affecting your business and while these are common claims, perhaps there are other claims you should think about. The Hartford analyzed more than one million property and 

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2016 Higher Limits for HSA Contributions

2016 Higher Limits for HSA Contributions The 2016 limits on contribution and out-of-pocket spending amounts for Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and for the High-Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) were increased again this year by the IRS.  The IRS provided the inflation-adjusted HSA contribution, HDHP minimum deductible and out-of-pocket limits for…

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