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Being A Bad Neighbor Can Cost You Money

1 August 2017
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Insurance, Blog

Are your neighbors excited that you're a part of the neighborhood or do they wait patiently every day for you to put a for sale sign in the yard? If you're better in line with the latter, not only are you creating unnecessary tension, you could eventually cause yourself some undue expenses. Here are just some of the ways being a bad neighbor can cost you money: Poor Landscaping It's your responsibility to stay on top of your landscaping.
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Getting A New Car This Summer? Three Things To Know About How Your Car Insurance Will Change

26 June 2017
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

If you are planning on purchasing a brand new or a new (to you) vehicle this summer, it is important to realize how this new vehicle will impact your overall insurance premium. Here are three things you should know before you purchase a new vehicle. #1 The Color Doesn't Matter Many individuals falsely believe that insurance companies in part base your premium on the color of your vehicle. For example, red and yellow cars are charged a higher premium because of their bright colors and increased chance of getting a ticket or into an accident and black and grey cars are charged less because they don't stand out as much.
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Surprising Expenses ALE May Cover

13 March 2017
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

Home insurance includes Additional Living Expenses, ALE, that caters for the additional costs you are likely to incur if your house is damaged and you must live elsewhere during its repair. ALE caters for a wide variety of expenses, some you may not even know about. Here are a few examples of these expenses: Laundry Expenses If you have a clothes washer and dryer at home, then washing clothes will be as simple as heading to the laundry room and loading the machine.
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6 Areas Of Insurance Coverage Your Startup Must Consider Prior To Launch

17 October 2016
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

As if launching a startup wasn't already complicated and risky, as the business owner, you must consider your need for insurance. Choosing what to cover and what to take a chance on is overwhelming, but failure to protect your assets could easily result in you losing everything you've worked so hard for. Here's a quick breakdown of the specific insurance your new business may need: 1. Your Products Unforeseen events, structural deficiencies, miscalculations and a host of other factors can result in product recalls, which could really harm your business - perhaps even bankrupt it, if you don't have the right insurance.
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Buying A Car With Low Auto Insurance Rates In Mind

9 May 2016
 Categories: Insurance, Blog

If you are in the market for a new vehicle, it's important that you take the time to factor in the cost of auto insurance when determining which vehicle you can afford. There are some key factors that you can be looking for during the car shopping process that will help you keep your future insurance premiums to a minimum. Here are three things that you should be looking for as you consider potential vehicles to invest in that will help reduce your auto insurance costs in the future.
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your home business and homeowners insurance

When you operate a business from your home, you enjoy the benefit of not having to commute to a busy office every single day. One thing that you may not have considered is whether your home business is covered under your current homeowners insurance policy. If you have expensive equipment, inventory and files stored in your home, you may need to add a rider to your insurance policy to ensure that you are covered. Find out more about how a home business can impact your homeowners insurance policy and whether or not you are protected as your policy stands today.

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