The City of Duluth will once again open its doors and extend hours to the dumpsters at the Duluth Public Works Department to any trash a resident wants to get rid of for the third annual Community Clean-Up Day.

There is a serious misconception about not buying life insurance for a stay-at-home spouse that is all too common. Many people feel that because a spouse doesn’t work outside the home, life insurance is not necessary because there’s no salary to replace. 

There are myths and misconceptions about estate planning. Here are the top common mistakes to avoid and help your family save thousands of dollars in unnecessary taxes and probate fees:

Shopping in today’s world is easier and more convenient with so many apps and online retailers at your fingertips. Consumers can buy just about anything, anywhere directly from their laptops or mobile devices. However, it is a good idea to be aware of ways to protect yourself and your money when you are shopping online.

Spring is around the corner and many people are ready to get home remodels and upgrades. Everyone wants the most competitive estimates on these projects.

As Baby Boomers age into retirement by the millions each year, their growing health care needs require more people to administer that care. Home health and personal care aides are generally the same, providing services such as checking vitals, providing companionship, prepping meals and bathing and grooming clients. – USA Today.

Twelve years ago, the “Purple Rain” star, Prince, graced the field at Dolphin Stadium for the Super Bowl XLI halftime performance. Nine years later, he would unexpectedly pass away, leaving behind a legacy of musical genius but also one of financial and legal chaos. What was the issue? Prince neglected to put in place a basic estate plan, leaving potential heirs quarreling over his fortune.

Jackson D. Snell, Sr. 83 of Greensboro, Georgia passed away peacefully, surrounded by family, at his home in Loganville on Tuesday evening, February 26, 2019. Jack was born in 1935, the fourth son of Edwin and Mable Snell of Snellville, Georgia. He married his childhood sweetheart, Barbara Bennett on November 18, 1955. He tearfully laid Barbara to rest in 2002, she was the love of his life and we rejoice at their heavenly reunion.