If you have already crafted your estate plan, then you are – surprisingly – in the minority. Many families don’t bother to think about estate planning until they reach their golden years. Unfortunately, this comes back and hurts a lot of families that suffer tragic sudden loss. However, even if you have an estate plan, it doesn’t mean it will save your family problems. In fact, an estate plan with these notable flaws could end up causing even more issues for your family than not having one at all. Naming a Problematic Executor When many families name an executor – … Continue reading 5 Ways Seemingly Good Estate Plans Go Bad →
You put a lot of effort into your business’s WordPress site. You’ve made sure the theme is perfect, written up some great content, and tested and retested your links. But what if there was one major task you were overlooking, one that could make the difference between great search engine results and being banished to the third page? It’s something called the .htaccess file, and if this little configuration tool hasn’t grabbed your attention lately, read on. What is the .htaccess file? This file is a server configuration file and acts as a set of rules for your website and … Continue reading Is .htaccess the Most Important Page on Your WordPress Site?
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School budgets are tight. Even though there is a national conversation about how to reduce overspending in education, that accusation is more focused on the direct education costs: textbooks, new computers, curriculum programs, and financial incentives for good test scores. The tests themselves are almost prohibitively expensive. But the conversation rarely makes it the infrastructural behemoth that schools are underneath all of the learning tools. Lighting, heating, and plumbing demands shouldn’t be swept under the rug when something goes drastically wrong like in Baltimore earlier this year. The best way to resolve overspending on utilities isn’t to cut the budget … Continue reading Start Off with Lighting: How a Few Changes Can Reduce Electricity Usage and Improve Student Performance