FAQs About Health Coverage 2021

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Open Enrollment for 2021 begins on November 1, 2020, and ends December 15, 2020. Enrolling for health insurance can be incredibly confusing, which is why we’ve created a portal to make sure all of your questions are answered on one easy-to-access page. Speaking of questions, here are a few of the most frequently asked questions about… Read more »

Dates to Remember for 2021 Open Enrollment

  We are entering the busiest time of the year. In between holidays and planning for the new year, you also need to be sure that you enroll this year to have health insurance in 2021. Open Enrollment for 2021 health coverage starts on November 1st, so open up your calendar and make a note… Read more »

5 Ways Business Owners Can Promote Workplace Safety

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As an employer and business owner, the safety of your employees is a top priority. For one, your employees are a top priority, period, and keeping them happy, healthy, and safe is just as important to productivity as hard work. And second, a lack of safety in the workplace can lead to injury for the employee… Read more »

The Truth Behind 5 Life Insurance Myths

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Life insurance isn’t for me. I’m too young/healthy. I have life insurance through my employer. That should be enough, right? I’m not the breadwinner in my family, so I don’t need life insurance. If any of the above thoughts have crossed your mind, the good news is that you aren’t alone. These are a few… Read more »

How Homeowners Can Prepare for Hurricane Season

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Hurricane season officially began on June 1st and doesn’t come to a close until November, and although we can’t always predict the strength, path, or destruction, we can do our best to prepare for its arrival. Here are a few ways homeowners can prepare for hurricane season: Have an evacuation plan. This is especially true… Read more »

Renters: Tips for Turning a Rental into a Home

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As a team of former and current renters, we completely understand the benefits and challenges of being a renter. That being said, though you may not own your space, here are a few tips for making a rental feel more like home: Invest in a toolbox. Although most major repairs are likely to be left to… Read more »

Back to School, Back to School

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Back to school, back to school. After an enjoyable summer, you’ve likely already seen your kids off on their first day of school, as they embark on a new year, with new teachers, friends, and assignments. You’ve already done the back-to-school shopping, assisted in the first homework assignments, and endured the slow-as-molasses pace of the… Read more »

What’s Really Included in Your Homeowners Insurance?

  Because most homeowners insurance policies are wrapped into the cost of the home loan, it’s easy for homeowners to pick a convenient, low-cost policy and then “set it and forget it.” But at the end of the day, do you really know what your policy covers, and what it could, or even should cover? When… Read more »

Auto Insurance Tips: Protect Your Car This Spring

Stories are always being told about how cold weather affects cars and how winter is the worst for driving conditions; however, spring is also a time to be conscious about your car. Here’s how to protect your vehicle this spring: 5 Ways to Protect Your Car This Spring Wash Off the Pollen Spring is officially… Read more »

5 Simple Ways to Get Organized This Spring

Spring is almost here, and with it comes many different things, like perfect weather and blooming flowers. Spring is one of the most enjoyable seasons, but with it also comes a few of the things we all dread most, like pollen and, of course, spring cleaning. This being said, everyone can use a little organization in… Read more »