What was the last purchase you researched before buying? Was it a $50 toaster, or maybe a $200 smartphone? What about a $200,000 house?
Buying a house may be the most expensive purchase you ever make, and a little mortgage education can go a long way toward getting you a good deal. Here are a few mortgage terms you should brush up on before signing on any dotted lines. Continue reading
There’s a long history of presidential pets, stretching all the way back to George Washington. The first president owned a parrot, horse, donkey and seven dogs: Sweet Lips, Scentwell, Vulcan, Drunkard, Taster, Tipler and Tipsy.
Here’s a look at prominent presidential pets of the last few decades. Continue reading
Insurance can be a confusing subject, and there’s a good chance you have questions. And you’re not alone—it turns out a whole nation of people have questions about insurance. That’s why we started Join the Nation, an insurance question and answer platform.
While reviewing the list of questions, we noticed a few that come up frequently. Here are some of the top Join the Nation questions and their answers. Continue reading