Felicia A. Williams

Felicia A. Williams is a wife, mother, freelance writer and owner of Tidbits and Stuff.

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A Cheap Car Does Not Necessarily Mean Old Car

A Cheap Car Does Not Necessarily Mean Old Car

| July 12, 2007 | 0 Comments

Don’t let the word cheap confuse you when purchasing a car. Normally the term cheap car infers a vehicle of inferior quality. That is really not the case. A cheap car is a car that is purchased at a great price. Here are a few examples of “cheap cars”: Dealer excess inventory: Purchasing a model […]

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Finding Long Term Care in Missouri

| July 11, 2007 | 0 Comments

When looking for long term care facility for a loved one in Missouri, there are a few questions you should ask yourself and a few things to be aware of: What type of long term care facility do I need?: There are several types of facilities Missouri residents can avail themselves of. Be sure to […]

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How to Buy the Right Mobile Home Insurance

How to Buy the Right Mobile Home Insurance

| July 11, 2007 | 0 Comments

Mobile home insurance is not difficult to find, but you have to make sure you read the fine print to know what you’re buying. Shopping for mobile home insurance is slightly different than shopping for insurance on a stationary home. Although the coverages are similar, there are a few differences. It pays to be aware […]

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9 Tips for Lowering Your Teen’s Auto Insurance Rate

| July 5, 2007 | 0 Comments

Sooner or later, no matter how much you want to avoid it or how much you dread it, your teenager will learn to drive. Worse than that, they may even get a car. To top it all off, they will have to get insurance for that car. We all know that getting an auto insurance […]

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Long Term Care Facilities: Is Your Loved One Being Treated Properly?

Long Term Care Facilities: Is Your Loved One Being Treated Properly?

| June 19, 2007 | 0 Comments

Hospital workers are understaffed and over worked. Can you tell if your loved ones are getting proper care, or are they falling through the cracks and being neglected? Having a friend or loved one in the hospital places them in a vulnerable position. Let’s face it, if the patient were healthy she wouldn’t be in […]

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New York Homeowners Insurance

New York Homeowners Insurance

A few tips on what to look for when buying homeowners insurance along with markets to go to for those hard to insure properties. Whether you live in upstate New York or downstate in New York City, here are a few basic tips for New York homeowners when buying insurance for your home: Keep up […]

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How to Get the Best Auto Insurance Rate in Arizona

How to Get the Best Auto Insurance Rate in Arizona

| April 25, 2007 | 0 Comments

Getting a great auto insurance rate in Arizona is not hard to do if you do a little planning, a little research and know what the insurance companies are looking for. There are ways to get competitive rates on Arizona automobile insurance. It takes a little ingenuity, knowledge and planning. Before soliciting automobile insurance, however, […]

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Should I Buy Life Insurance for My Child?

Should I Buy Life Insurance for My Child?

| March 16, 2007 | 0 Comments

When buying life insurance, we concern ourselves with whether to buy whole or term life, or if the amount purchased is adequate, or will current health problems force us to pay higher premiums. However, we don’t often think of life insurance for our children. After all, children are young and healthy and we pray that […]

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Business Auto Insurance

Business Auto Insurance

| January 18, 2007 | 0 Comments

Shopping for business automobile insurance can be a painless process if you have the right underwriting information. If your business owns vehicles that are registered in the business name, then you will have to purchase a business automobile insurance policy. Whether you’re a new business looking for your first business automobile insurance quote, or an […]

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