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    What Is GoodRx and How Does It Work?

    Do you have an expensive drug? Is your drug not covered on your formulary? Are you in the donut hole? Do you need help lowering the cost of your prescription drugs? If you are looking for a way to possibly lower the cost of your prescription drugs, we may have a solution. There is this great website, GoodRx that is designed to help you save. It will give you a list of pharmacies closest to you with the lowest price for your prescription drug. If available, it will also provide a manufacturer coupon for your drug which may help you save additional money on your prescription. This is a great tool…

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    Is Your Dog on an Insurance Prohibited List?

    Do you have a lovable dog that has a bad reputation simply because of its breed? Many Homeowners Insurance carriers steer clear of certain breeds of dogs because many believe that have a more aggressive disposition. What Dog Breeds are often Blacklisted by Insurance Companies? If you have one of the following dogs despite how well behaved it is, there is a good likelihood that insurance companies would be resistant to insuring you: Pitbulls Staffordshire Terrier Rottweiler Doberman Pinscher Presa Canarias Chow Chow Any mix/variation of these breeds This might not seem fair since your dog has never bit anyone or had a vicious temperament. We have good news for…

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    A Winter of Fuzzy Sweaters May Be Clogging your Dryer Vent

    ​​​The day after Christmas, Auburn’s historic Heritage Building, which stood witness to the 1929 stock market collapse, World War II, and countless global calamities, succumbed to a seemingly unworthy foe: a fire, perhaps sparked by a clothes dryer. While investigation into the fire’s cause is ongoing, residents using the building’s laundry room reported seeing flames and smoke coming from a dryer before the structure was engulfed. Nationwide, dryers start about 3,000 house fires a year. The culprit is often a buildup of flammable. That’s because for every scrap of fuzz you pull from your dryer’s lint trap, there’s another 25% you don’t see! Some ends up on the ground below…