Showing posts from December, 2018

Will Your Old Insurance Policies Work in the New Year?

By Diane Tait Image by Public Domain Pictures While most adults would never consider taking a prescription medication that has passed its expiration date, it’s not at all unusual for them to stick with an insurance policy that is past its prime.   Just as your health changes from year to year, so do many other aspects of your life.   Since an insurance plan can only effectively protect you and your family so long as all the coverage adds up to reflect your current financial status, scheduling a yearly insurance review can be just as important as having a yearly checkup.

Pet Travel Tips

By Diane Tait Image courtesy of pixabay While Floridians don’t spend much time dashing through the snow, they do frequently dash down the highway during December is to spend time with relatives.   If this takes them far from home, then it frequently forces them to deal with their pets.   Since many of my clients own pets, I thought I’d take the time to give you the scoop on what to do with your pets this holiday season if you plan on being away from home for more than a day.

Holiday Travel Hints

By Diane Tait Image courtesy Pixabay While some of us are lucky enough to only have to go over the river and through the woods to grandma’s house, others will wind up traveling out of state or clear across the country this holiday season.   If your travels take you beyond the borders of the Sunshine State, there are a few things you’ll need to do to increase the odds of avoiding a holiday from hell. In today’s blog, I will endeavor to provide you with a few tried and true holiday travel hints that could well save the day if your travel plans should get derailed.