Disasters Happen: 10 Reasons it Makes Zero Sense to Pass up Renter’s Insurance

The one kind of insurance far too many people overlook is renter’s insurance. They assume that if something terrible happens, like a fire or flooding, that their landlord’s insurance will cover them. That’s unfortunately not usually the case. In some

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The AIS Life Cycle: The Different Types of Insurance People Need in a Lifetime

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When people ask why it’s better to work through an agency as opposed to going directly to an insurance company, the main reason is the fact that people need different types of insurance at different stages in their lives. A

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How to Read the Declarations Page on Your Insurance Policy

Your car insurance policy has a declarations page which declares what coverages and limits you’ve chosen to buy to protect yourself in case of an accident. Sometimes, an agent will refer to this page as the Dec Page. This page

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Tips on Marketing a Small to Mid-Size Business

Marketing your business can seem like a daunting task if you’ve not yet mastered it, yet, it is crucial to the success of your business regardless of how long you’ve been in business. It’s important to keep in mind that

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It’s Tornado Season – Are You Prepared?

From March through June we experience tornado season, marked by severe thunderstorms and, unfortunately, destruction. That doesn’t mean that a tornado can’t strike in the middle of February or even in the fall, however. A tornado is simply air spinning

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Smart Cars: Should I Buy a Car with New Technology?

Cars are getting smarter and also safer because of all the new technology packages that are now available. Maybe these ADAS packages are why we call them Smart Cars now. Not only can cars see blind spots and help you

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Preparing Your Car and Home for Damaging Hailstorms

When we think about major storms that have the power to destroy personal property, earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes come to mind. If you live in an area that is not prone to these types of natural disasters, you may even

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Spring Cleaning Your Home the Right Way

Spring cleaning is different from you routine weekly cleaning. This is the one time when we get deep into every crevice and corner of the house to make sure there’s no grease or dust settling anywhere. Depending on how good

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Spring Cleaning Your Car the Right Way

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You practically live in your car, and it’s that time again to really roll up your sleeves and get rid of the accumulated trash, dust and whatever else may be in hiding in there since last spring. During the colder

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18 Things You Didn’t Know Are Covered by Homeowners Insurance

Most people know that they are covered by homeowners insurance in the case of theft and vandalism but did you know that that includes jewelry, art and other similar valuables? That’s right: it’s not just furniture that’s covered by a

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