When you look around your home, chances are you don’t just see four walls and a roof. You also see the marks on the walls where you lovingly marked your children’s height so you could watch them grow. You see the chair your dad always sat in on Christmas morning, and the fireplace you all… Continue reading What Makes a House a Home?
The worst has happened: Your house is gone. It could have been a tornado, an earthquake or a freak accident. Whatever the reason, you’re left with a foundation and a need to rebuild. What happens now? If your home was insured with many insurance companies, the answer isn’t clear. With turbulent real estate prices in… Continue reading Starting Over
Living in an apartment can be a pretty sweet deal. No maintenance, no pricey homeowners insurance, just easy living in a property that belongs to someone else. But it also can be easy to forget the importance of having great renters insurance to protect you in your apartment or rented home—just in case. Renters insurance… Continue reading Is Your Renters Insurance Right for You?
For many people, jewelry isn’t just something that looks pretty—it has real sentimental value. Maybe it’s your class ring, or your grandmother’s pearl necklace. Maybe it’s the antique wedding ring your husband gave you when he proposed on bended knee, or maybe a killer diamond tennis bracelet you bought just because. Whatever your jewelry means… Continue reading All That Glitters
Annuities: You’ve heard of them, but what exactly are they? An annuity describes a variety of different financial products. What they have in common is that they pay out a sum over money over a period of time—typically years, or even over the course of a lifetime. Annuities are often considered a great choice for… Continue reading Just What is an Annuity?
Americans are living longer and longer, which means that planning for retirement is critical. Can you afford to live for 20, 30 or even 40 years after retirement, or will your funds run out? Hopefully, you’ve already started saving. The earlier you start, the more time your money has to grow, accrue interest and make… Continue reading When to Start Planning for Retirement
We’re constantly surrounded by electronic hums, beeps, tweets, and vibrations. The temptation to be constantly plugged into our cell phones, MP3 players, and laptops can be overwhelming, even when we’re driving. Studies have found that drivers who text at the wheel are 23 times more likely to be involved in an accident. When your employees… Continue reading Distracted Driving
Tiny can be mighty. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and we want to celebrate all things small: Baby carrots. Teacup poodles. Non-fleet insurance. You don’t need to have a huge business and dozens of company vehicles to get the best possible business auto coverage. Typically, a “fleet” of vehicles is described as… Continue reading Teacup Poodle
Local food. Local theater. Local products. We’re paying more and more attention to things that come directly from our own communities. Why shouldn’t your business auto insurance agent be local, too? Everyone hates feeling like a number, and we promise never to make you feel that way. We’re local. We live here, in the same… Continue reading Shop Local
Some people are night owls, and love working late into the night. Others do their best thinking on the weekends, when they can work without disturbance. Or maybe your business requires working non-traditional hours, or taking a road trip to see a client in a distant state. Whatever your reason, we get it: not all… Continue reading Nine to Five