SHOW #45 (February 8, 2015)
THE CLAIMS THAT RAISE YOUR HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE COSTS.
Also: How often do you need to change your password, legendary songwriter Jimmy Webb, why you should care how your food is raised and what to do when the dog ruins your love life.
 

         
     
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 Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show.

InsuranceQuotes.com: The "secret" report that affects what you pay for insurance

Bob Sullivan: One third of Americans use the same password everywhere, and don’t use antivirus protection

Bob Sullivan: Just how often *should* you change your passwords? Surprise…

Jimmy Webb will be appearing at Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley in Seattle on Tuesday, Feb. 10 and Wednesday, Feb. 11.

The ASPCA has compiled some of the most common food labels and what they really mean for farm animals in a downloadable label guide. The ASPCA’s Truth About Chicken campaign is designed to push for more chickens raised in a humane fashion.

Time: 80% of Meat Labels Could Be Meaningless, Exclusive Report Says

Vetstreet.com: Is Your Dog Ruining Your Love Life?

I will be joining Tom and Don from KOMO’s Real Money Radio at their retirement seminar on February 14 in Bellevue.
Click here for details and tickets.

Attention Square Dancers: The 8th Annual Alzheimer’s Benefit Dance will be held on February 22, 2015 from 1:00 to 4:00pm at the Edmonds Masonic Hall.


 

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