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Churning out original content is sometimes tedious, but we’re here to help! Use our ready-to-go content to keep your page active and reach consumers. Just select a category, choose a post and platform, copy and share — it's that simple!

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For Facebook:

  1. Click the 'Copy text' button to copy text.
  2. Click the Facebook icon to open a new Facebook page.
  3. Paste ( Ctrl + V ) copied content into 'Share on Facebook' page.
  4. Post to Facebook!

For Twitter:

  1. Click the Twitter icon and it will automatically copy and paste the content to your post.
  2. Post to Twitter!

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Filing taxes can be stressful — but you can eliminate some stress by getting ahead. Learn the steps you can take now to make tax filing easier this year.

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If you live in an area prone to wildfires, it may be beneficial to receive real-time national and local weather alerts, and pay attention to air quality. Learn more:

Unfortunately, disasters – like wildfires – happen, but you can prepare by creating a personal belongings inventory. In the event of a disaster, be sure to record these items to make the claims process much easier.

Do you have an emergency kit ready in case of a disaster? Remember to store your kit in an easily accessible location, make sure all family members know where it is, and check what’s in it at least once a year.

Create and practice a wildfire evacuation plan with each person and pet in your household. It’s important that everyone – including children – know what to do in the event of a wildfire. And be sure to inform your point of contact about your plan.

Although wildfires caused by lightning tend to be larger and burn more acreage, most wildfires are caused by humans. Here are tips on preventing wildfires and staying safe from the risk!

Studies show homes ignite due to the condition of the home and everything up to 200 feet from the foundation – which is referred to as the Home Ignition Zone. Follow these steps to make your Home Ignition Zone safer!

According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), flying embers – which can be carried more than a mile through the wind – are the main cause of homes igniting in wildfires. Here's how you can protect your home:

Do you know how to make your home more resistant to wildfires? Start with your roof! Wood and shingle roofs are at a higher risk of being destroyed in a wildfire than other materials, such as metal, clay or tile – so, you may want to consider reroofing.

Do you live in a high-risk fire zone? Use this great resource for wildfire safety and preparedness.


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