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What’s Your Long-Term Care Plan?

You’ve spent years planning for retirement and building your savings, but have you planned for the potential impact a care need may have on your assets, your loved ones, and your overall financial security? Here are a few estimates to keep in mind while planning: 70% of people over age 65 will require long-term care […]

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What You Need to Know: Umbrella Insurance

Have you ever worried what would happen if you got in an accident and got sued for thousands, tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands, or even a million dollars… a lot more than your coverage offers? How would you pay the difference? How would you be able to survive? You would be a prime target […]

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8 Tips for Window Safety

National Window Safety week is recognized in April. This observance was designed by the National Safety Council and the National Window Safety Task Force as a way to teach parents and guardians how to prevent children from falling through windows. It’s also a great opportunity to educate children about using windows as an escape route […]

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You Can Do It!

Tax season is here and for many of us, just hearing the words “tax season” bring anxiety and worry… but they don’t have to! Don’t let deadlines and paperwork intimidate you—everything will still be okay after the dust settles on April 17th. Remember during this busy season to take a few seconds to relax and […]

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Happy New Year!

We hope that you had a happy, safe time celebrating the New Year with your friends and family. Whether you rang in the New Year warm in bed or out on the town, I hope that 2018 is your best year yet! I also wanted to say thank you for your continued support of our […]

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Cleaning Up Your Spring Cleaning Process

There are few traditions of spring more satisfying than the annual clean. For many of us, however, the pleasure of spring cleaning comes only after the work is finished. This cleaning overhaul may never become effortless, but we can make the project more manageable – and even enjoyable. Here are a few things to keep […]

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It’s Never Too Late to Start Preparing For the Future

It’s August now, and for many of us that means the fun of summer will be coming to a close as the kids get ready to go back to school and we fall back into our routines. For me, I long to go on another vacation like the one I just got back from. Going […]

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Complete a Policy Review Today and Stay Ahead of the Curve

We are smack dab in the middle of baseball season right now. In Major League Baseball, the official season runs from March to September. My favorite part about baseball is the game of cat and mouse between the pitcher and batter. It’s really something to see a pitcher set up a batter with three straight […]

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Make Sure You’re Fully Protected This Summer

Swimming pools are great on those 80+ degree days. Now that summer is here, many of us are likely planning on spending more time outside (and hopefully by the pool!) Even though a swimming pool doesn’t add to the replacement value of your home, the addition of a swimming pool is an ideal time to […]

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Keep Your Summer Safe… June is National Safety Month

Each June, the National Safety Council encourages organizations to get involved and recognize June as National Safety Month, an annual observance to educate and influence behaviors around the leading causes of preventable injuries and deaths. The focus of National Safety Month is that small changes can make a big difference to your health and wellness. Keeping […]

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