SHOW #97 (February 21, 2016)
HOME RENTERS PAY MORE FOR CAR INSURANCE. Also: Things to consider before you decide to become a landlord, springtime gardening tips from NW gardening expert Ed Hume, the pros/cons of 'freezing' your credit files & how to pick a good kennel.

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

Consumer Federation of America: Good Drivers Pay More for Basic Auto Insurance If They Rent Rather Than Own Their Home

CBS News: 9 Things to Consider Before Becoming a Landlord


ED HUME, the dean of NW gardeners, is celebrating his 57th year as a gardening personality.
His weekly television show is the longest continuous-running gardening show in North America
and possibly in the World.

You’ll find a vast library of valuable information Ed’s website: EdHumeSeeds.com.



NBC News:
Should You 'Freeze' Your Credit Files to Lock Out ID Thieves?

Checkbook.org: Sniffing Out the Best Kennels

Checkbook.org is a non-profit, subscriber-based rating service. As a courtesy to KOMO listeners, the ratings for Puget Sound area kennels will be available for free through March 6. You will need to use this special link to access these ratings.

KOMO NEWS: Simple Ways to Boost Your Home's Resale Value

          

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