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Is Your Property Ready for Fall?

Is Your Property Ready for the Fall? Any change of season is a good time to review your property to ensure it's in tip-top shape, and fall is no exception. Here are five things to check before the weather cools. Is your roof ready? Spring and summer storms often cause roof damage, and even minor damage can become a large problem over the winter. Inspect...

I Didn't File a Claim but My Home Insurance Went Up. Why?

I Didn't File a Claim but My Home Insurance Went Up. Why? A number of factors contribute to determining your insurance premium. It is possible for your home insurance to go up even if you didn’t file a claim. Here are some reasons. Home changes. If you have upgraded or renovated your home, it is worth more, so in the event of a disaster, more...

The Four-Day Working Week Is the Future - Here's Why

Does Your Business Change in the Summer? Each industry has its own unique business cycles: some are steady throughout the months, while others peak and valley. Many seasonal entrepreneurs feel their businesses are too small to necessitate coverage without realizing how critical it is that they are protected as businesses that operate year-round. With the seasonal peaks summer brings for many, here are some factors...

Time to Review Your Life Insurance?

Time to review your life insurance? Life insurance is something you buy and then don't think about until you need it, so it's easy to forget. But as you near retirement, it may be a good time to reevaluate your needs. Is your old policy, which may have been purchased decades ago, still meeting your needs? Life insurance is important as we start our adult...

New Year, New You! Let's Get Organized

Links You Can Use Now A holistic approach to wellness has become crucial to span the wide array of physical and mental health challenges stressful times can create. Take a peek at these resources that will keep your mind, body and spirit happy and healthy. From the distractions and interruptions that tag along with working from home, to undiagnosed adult ADHD, to the generalized brain...