Bear Season in North Carolina. Did you know that there were different specific times for hunting bear in North Carolina? I think they are beautiful animals personally–but I thought it might be useful to provide information related to hunting seasons. This link to the eRegulations; provides specific information for bears; however you can navigate the site for information concerning other hunting seasons throughout the year. You can also see information about licenses, permits and fees. Resource: Hunting Seasons
Something for Retiring Veterans–Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard. If you are a retiring Service Member, this DFAS.mil site might be just what you need to learn more about retirement. They even have information for Gray Area Retirees! As you know active duty soldiers are usually eligible for retirement after 20 years of honorable service; but Reservists and National Guard Members become eligible around the age of 60. Gray Area Retirees can become eligible earlier if certain rules apply. Read up on it all by visiting the DFAS site!
Have you made a copy of your important documents and valuables? With today’s technology, it is very easy to make copies or take pictures of important documents and valuables, such as Birth Certificates, ID Cards, and other valuables to prove identification or show ownership. Using your cell phone or printer scanner can be used to accomplish the task. Making a scan or digitizing old family pictures is also a great idea and a great way to preserve family history. Need help? You can always reach out to us at dhspeller.com for some administrative support, or maybe a tech savvy family member who could help with the task at an affordable cost. Be sure to save or transfer those photos to a thumb drive or some other type of storage medium. A Terabyte external storage drive is very affordable now and can store a great deal of files and images. It’s a great project to tackle during the upcoming holiday season!
AARP Bulletin and Website are great sources for information. Do you receive the AARP Bulletin or have visited the AARP Website? If not, I recommend you do so. It has a wealth of information and sometimes great tips and digital coupons are available that can lead to saving a good deal of money. It covers a lot of information about retirement and healthcare; an excellent supplement to visiting the Social Security government site.
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