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March 13th, 2017 by Reeder Insurance Services

Top Tips for Living Alone

Perhaps you’re finally earning enough to leave your family’s home and get your own place. Or maybe you’re tired of roommates or recently uncoupled with your partner. In any case, you’re a part of the rising demographic of people living by themselves with no partner, no kids and no roommate. Ever wonder what’s driving the trend and what you need to know about living solo?... Read Article

The 10 Most Popular States People Move to

There are many reasons people move. It could be for a job or a loved one.  It could be based on the weather or just to experience a new place,. So where’s everyone going? While some warm-weather states are popular, especially among retirees, there are several states you might not have thought of that made the list. Interestingly enough, Vermont – home to the original... Read Article

5 Things to Avoid When Using Public Wi-Fi

Public Wi-Fi helps us stay connected no matter where we go. It’s convenient to use at a coffee shop, a neighborhood restaurant or the airport, but how safe is it? Unfortunately, cyber criminals can log in to the same free network that you do and attempt to gain access to your devices and personal information. “The Wi-Fi may be free, but that doesn’t mean your... Read Article

Auto Fatalities on the Rise, Again

With so much new car safety technology, it’s hard to believe that traffic deaths would be on the rise. Yet that’s exactly what a new release from the National Safety Council revealed. The organization shared that 40,000 auto fatalities occurred in 2016—which represents a 14 percent jump from 2014. The report follows in the wake of similar news in 2015. Even still, there’s reason for... Read Article

On the Horizon: Better Seat Belts for Seniors

One of the safest choices drivers and passengers can make is to buckle up. Now, researchers want to make the standard seat belt even safer for seniors who account for tens of millions of drivers in the U.S. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, close to 600 older adults are injured each day in car crashes. Common life-threatening injuries include cracked ribs and... Read Article