Archives for 2016

Three Things to Know about Fallen Trees and Business Insurance

If a tree falls after a storm and hits your office building, is the damage covered by your business insurance? The answer? Well, it depends (on your policy). Here are three things to know about business insurance and toppled trees. 1. Coverage details You’re covered for the removal of the fallen trees and related damages if your policy specifically covers and lists your building and other... Read Article

17 Things to Do Before Leaving Home for the Holidays

If you plan to travel over the holiday season, you’re in good company. In 2015, AAA reported that nearly 100 million Americans—nearly one-third of the population—packed their bags and spent the holidays at least 50 miles from home. While some of you will be singing “Jingle Bells” in paradise, it’s more likely you’ll be taking a road trip to a relative’s house. No matter where... Read Article

4 Green Home Improvement Projects That Will Save you Money

You know the old sayings about money going out the window or prices being through the roof? There is some truth to these statements when it comes to homes and energy use. The good news is there are ways to improve your home’s ability to hold onto cash—and do something good for the environment. Below are some green home improvement projects that can make a... Read Article

What Type of Commercial Auto Insurance Do You Need?

Business owners make choices every day to protect the interests of their business. Ensuring that they are covered by the right types of commercial insurance is key in protecting the business when the unexpected occurs. If your business regularly uses vehicles for deliveries, passenger pickups, or other work-related operations, then you may be vulnerable to lawsuits or costly repairs if something goes wrong. Choosing the... Read Article

Confessions of a First-Time Renter: Who to Notify When You Have a New Address

Let’s face it; nobody really wants to get bills. But, you kinda need them to go to the right place. That being said, I didn’t realize when I moved out just how many times I would need to fill in people about my new address. I knew I’d need to share my address with utility companies, but it was after I did that when I... Read Article