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Do a Life Checkup This Month

Are you still working on your New Year’s resolution? If so, congratulations! If not, it’s okay. It happens to the best of us. But that doesn’t mean this month isn’t a great time to do a quick life checkup—to assure

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The World’s 6 Most Extravagant Wedding Venues—and Insuring Your Big Day

The cost of the average wedding in 2014 was $31,213, excluding any potential honeymoon that might send the newly minted couple to a faraway beach post nuptials. While typical guest-list numbers have seen a decline—settling around 136—modern couples are intent

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Update Your Insurance Policy on National Make-up Your Mind Day

Tomorrow is going to officially be 2016. It’s a New Year. It’s January 1 – the first day of the calendar year onto which we love to throw out resolutions for self-betterment and bucket-list activities. I’ll lose weight this year.

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December Winter Solstice – Is your insurance up-to-date?

This past Tuesday, December 22, was the winter solstice. Did you miss it? If so, chalk it up to holiday fever and revel in the assurance that the time you spend in daylight is now increasing. About the December Solstice

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Roll the Dice! It’s National Play Monopoly Day

That special time of year has come around again: Thursday, November 19 is National Play Monopoly Day! In advance of some solid family time this Thanksgiving, pull out your dusty board game and reinvest in a worldwide tradition that spans

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Insurance for body parts? See which celebrities have it!

Want to insure your arm? Your legs? What about your girth? If so, you aren’t the first. We’ve seen celebrities and athletes insure their bodies since the early 1900s. All for the publicity and fanfare? Not always—but is any human

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Bangkok Bombing Injures Over 100 Tourists & Citizens

There’s no telling what is going to happen next. You could be walking down the street, and come across a set of winning lottery numbers, or get into an accident that either affects you or the other person for the rest of

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Earthquake Hits in the San Francisco Bay Area

Recently, an earthquake with a 4.0 magnitude hit the East Bay area near Oakland and Piedmont, California last week. The tremor was reported near 7 o’clock in the morning, and was felt strongly near Oakland, Berkeley, and the other Eastern

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Jewelry Insurance 101

Homeowners’ or renters’ insurance is designed to protect your property from disasters and theft; however; many individuals are not aware that these policies place dollar value limitations on certain items. Below are a few points of advice that can allow

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How to Keep Your Home Cool Without Air Conditioning

When it comes to home energy costs, summer can be one of the most expensive times of the year. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to cut down on the cost of your air conditioning. 1. Turn off

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