Celebrating Thanksgiving During Pandemic

Covid-19 cases are again on the rise with Thanksgiving just a few weeks away.  This year Thanksgiving festivities may look a bit different.  Because of possible restrictions you won't have a packed house, instead it'll be just your immediate family.  Or you may decide...

Trick-or-Treating Safely During Pandemic

Just as most things this year Halloween will be different from previous years.  The traditional ways of celebrating Halloween are now frightful as doing so could bring risk of spreading COVID-19.  For kids especially, times can seem scary but with a plan in place you...

Weatherproofing Your Home for Fall

When protecting your home, what comes to mind?  Installing a security system, adding burglar bars or purchasing a home insurance policy.  All of these ideas can keep you safe especially having a home insurance policy that backs you up.  But what about mother nature?...

How Will COVID-19 Affect Life Insurance

Many of our lives have changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  Our new normal has us wondering whether we need to purchase life insurance for our family.  With life insurance you can be certain that your family will be financially stable in your absence.  Depending on...

Taking a Road Trip Safely During Pandemic

It's the summer, for the most part we have all been staying at home.  Now that some states have lifted their Covid-19 restrictions, a summer road trip is a great getaway.  If you are taking a road trip, you will need to do more planning and preparation than you have...

Deadline to File Your 2019 Tax Return is July 15th

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, earlier this year the IRS postponed federal tax filing and payments.  The usual deadline of April 15th was postponed to July 15th 2020.  You did not have to file any forms to request the extension since the IRS automatically postponed the...

Are You Prepared For Hurricane Season?

Each year, we see the flood related devastation caused by hurricanes around the country.  The State of Texas is no exception.  With the start of hurricane season that began June 1st are you prepared?  Before a storm hits, make sure you discuss with your family an...

Keeping Kids Active This Summer During COVID-19

When schools closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you had to manage homeschooling and working from home.  Now your summer plans have likely unraveled in part due to the pandemic.  You are having to rethink if you should send your child to a summer camp or area camps...

Tax Refund Myths

As the tax deadline of April 15th approaches we are all anxious to get details regarding our refund.  This leads to tax refund myths circulating on social media that are easy to believe.  There is no secret way to find out when your refund will be issued, but there...