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(NAPSI)—The Internet makes it easy to shop for the best bargain on a used car—just remember, an offer that seems "too good to be true" probably is.
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(Family Features) If you’re like thousands of other car owners who neglected maintenance during the brutal winter months, your vehicle could use a little extra care by now. Setting aside some time will help get your vehicle ready for the spring and summer driving season.
(Family Features) Whether you’re shipping a birthday gift to a beloved niece or returning a defective item to a manufacturer, you want to know that your package arrives on time and in good condition; however, changes to pricing and policies can make it hard to know which shipping service to use.
(BPT) - You hit the diving board, get some air and tuck up for the biggest cannonball of the season. It feels good to be back in the pool again. Or so you think. Because the truth is, if you knew what was in the pool water you were jumping into, maybe you wouldn’t be jumping in the first place.
(NewsUSA) - Insider tips -- who doesn't love a good (legal) one?
(NAPSI)—If you are among the estimated 29 million people with diabetes in the U.S., keeping your blood sugar in a healthy range is key to preventing or delaying long-term complications such as kidney, eye and heart disease. When used properly, regular blood sugar monitoring can help you and your healthcare professional detect high and low blood sugar and make therapy and lifestyle adjustments.
(NAPSI)—If you’re considering putting your home on the market in the coming months, there are a few tips you should follow.
(StatePoint) Whether you’re building a home from scratch or contemplating an upgrade, when choosing siding, there’s a lot more to consider beyond color. The type of material you use can impact durability, beauty and even energy efficiency.
(BPT) - Getting ready to say “I do?” Of all the tasks you’ll do to prepare for your big day, creating your wedding registry will be one of the most fun. It’s your chance to choose everything for your home, from towels and linens to plates, flatware and kitchen gadgets. Be sure to add choices in a variety of price ranges so guests can decide how much they want to spend, while still getting you and your new spouse something you really want. Dream big - in addition to the basics, take this opportunity to ask for premium gifts. Here are a few items any couple would be thrilled to receive and enjoy.
(BPT) - When it comes to serving foods to their pets, pet parents want the best nutrition available. But it's not easy to determine what makes pet foods nutritious, or even more yet, what nutrients are included in some packaged food products. This infographic looks at ways to read pet food labels so you know you're feeding your pet exactly the foods he needs to stay an active member of your family.
Below is the Bluegrass Jam schedule for April 2015. The Desert Bluegrass Association – an all-volunteer, non-profit organization – sponsors these jams.
(BPT) - Are you always on the prowl for a better deal? Looking for ways to save money – but without having to cut back on quality?
(NAPSI)—Having investments means reporting some additional information on your tax return, but it doesn’t mean you need a CPA. The step-by-step, easy guidance in digital tax filing solutions makes it easy for investors to prepare and file their own taxes with confidence.
(BPT) - Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. The well-known saying may seem cliche, but the adage defines tabletop trends for spring wedding registries. Engaged couples are steering away from the conventional choices made by their parents' generation. Experts say they are instead opting for personal style over tradition. They’re blending patterns, shapes and colors mixing old and new.
For lack of any state funding, tuition for in-state students at Pima Community College is increasing by 7 percent for the 2015-16 school year. The board made their decision at a meeting on Wednesday afternoon.
(NAPSI)—Pricing your home for sale is one of life's major financial decisions. What's too little, what's too much? When researching selling a house or condo, consumers often anxiously turn to the Internet, neighbors and Realtors to come up with a good estimate. But is it the right price?
A pre-appraisal report from a reputable property history service can help a seller set the right price for a home. (NAPS)
Tucson Mayor Jonathon Rothschild took the podium at the Starr Pass Resort’s J.W. Marriot ballroom on March 6, for his fourth annual State of the City Address - one in which he acknowledged, on a variety of topics, past and current progress and future visions before a crowd of more than 1,000.
Elizabeth Evan’s new novel explores what we keep hidden
When the Marana Town Council approved the temporary half-cent sales tax increase to fund the new police station it was the first of seven steps in funding and building of the new police station.
(BPT) - Having a car is a necessity for most people, but buying and selling one shouldn’t cause headaches and waste time. Industry insiders know there are steps that can help both buyers and sellers maximize their investment while minimizing stress.
(NewsUSA) - It's not easy being green. Much of what we purchase to feed our daily habits comes in extraneous packaging better suited to surgery than snacking.
(BPT) - Contrary to popular belief, having investments doesn’t mean only an accounting genius can prepare your tax return. Investors can easily do their own taxes while maximizing tax savings by following a few simple tips.