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New Year, New Life Insurance Review

It is a good policy to review your life insurance every year. If you have paid your premiums on time, the policy will still be there, most likely without any material changes since you purchased it. However, if major changes have occurred in your life, your life insurance policy may need adjustments or no longer suit your needs. Why Review Life Insurance Annually? Conducting a...

4 Winter Risks and How to Protect Your Business From Them

Consumer spending increases for the holidays and business picks up during the winter months. But winter weather also brings certain risks for businesses. The following are some top winter risks and how to protect your business from them. Slip or Trip and Fall Accidents Icy walkways and slippery floors from melting snow can lead to slip or trip and fall accidents on your business premises....

Comprehensive vs. Collision Auto Insurance

Comprehensive and collision are two different types of auto insurance coverage. You may want to bundle them together for added protection. Comprehensive may cover situations that collision does not, and vice versa. What Is Comprehensive Auto Insurance? Comprehensive pays for damage to your vehicle caused by non-collision-related covered events. These events may include vandalism, theft, hail, or fire. Comprehensive may also cover a collision with...

How to Leave a Legacy through Life Insurance

Your legacy – what will it be, and how will you be remembered when you pass? A guaranteed death benefit provides financial support when your loved ones need it most. The policy benefits can be used to buy property, provide for the family, pay for college tuition, trips, or whatever your loved ones choose, but one thing you can count on – the legacy you...

7 Mistakes Small Business Owners Make When Filing Claims

As a small business owner, you have consistently paid your insurance premiums. When the time comes to file a claim, it can be a shock to have your claim denied and be forced to pay out of pocket – especially when you believed you were covered. These are the most common mistakes small business owners make: Failed to Understand Covered Perils Insurance policies cover specific...