Question: I’m an “empty nester” approaching retirement and considering downsizing. But I’m concerned about what type of housing to choose and what to do with all the furniture and memorabilia I’ve collected over the years. Any suggestions?
Many consumers are planning for a vacation getaway. Whether you’re going overseas by plane or hitting the interstate for a road trip, take a look at the Better Business Bureau’s vacation tips.
From understanding how to build a good credit score to budgeting basics, financial education is critical for the next generation of Kentuckians.
With graduation season upon us, we’re seeing a wave of new job seekers in the market, from a new high school graduate looking for a first job to the established professional who has earned an advanced degree in order to take the next step in a long career. Regardless of education and experie…
Once you’ve decided to sell and have settled on either listing your property with a realtor or selling it at auction, the next step is going to be preparing your property for the market.
In order to be more safe and secure against losing personal information and becoming a victim of identify theft, the National Cyber Security Alliance and Better Business Bureau have teamed up to remind all consumers to clear digital clutter and freshen their online lives.
Soil compaction is a problem many producers face, but one they often overlook. Paying attention to the problem is important because soil compaction can reduce your forage yields and slow forage establishment. That can cost you a lot of money in the long run.
For the first time since 1982 Social Security’s costs are expected to exceed its income in 2020. This will force the program to dip into its nearly $3 trillion trust fund to cover benefits.
FFO Home, which acquired two local stores with its acquisition of Service Furniture and Bedding Inc. last year, renovated and relaunched the stores last October under its corporate banner.
The Better Business Bureau serving Louisville, Southern Indiana and Western Kentucky is issuing an alert about CAMarket, also known as allcamarket or allcamarket.com. The online retailer is “selling” items for $14.95.
Home ownership has numerous financial and emotional benefits. Having a place to call home – and call the shots – provides peace of mind while also being an investment vessel. There are drawbacks, but many of them can be avoided – or at least anticipated – with some careful planning and guidance.
Before donating those outdated or out-of-season articles of clothing you tossed out during the annual spring cleaning of your closets, please note charities accepting them are not created equal.
It seems backyard chicken flocks are becoming more and more popular in all areas of Kentucky, along with here in Hardin County. If you want to have a successful flock and produce your own eggs, preparation and education are essential.
According to a recent AAA travel survey, nearly 100 million Americans will embark on family vacations this year. That’s four in 10 adults. Many are planning to hit the road for their trips.
We hear the word poverty a lot. The most common measure of poverty in the United States is the “poverty threshold” set by the U.S. government. For a family of four, it’s currently annual household earnings of $25,750.
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