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Are You Making Your Home A Target For Thieves?

Every homeowner dreads the thought of criminals making their way into their home and stealing their property and valuables, as well as hurting their loved ones. In addition to losing personal possessions to thieves, homeowners also lose valuable peace of mind. Sadly, some homeowners can make their homes prime targets for thieves, vandals, and other criminals without even realizing it.

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Written by Adam Miller
Could Financial Mistakes Delay Your Retirement?

As adults, we'e required to make financial decisions every day, but some of these may be smart choices while others are mistakes. Although some financial mistakes impact us on a short-term basis, others may result in serious repercussions, such as delaying our retirement. In today's blog post, we discuss what kinds of financial mistakes could delay our retirement, and what can be done to correct these mistakes and make sure retirement goals are met on a timely basis.

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Written by Adam Miller
What Businesses Can Learn From A Year-End Review

As 2016 comes to a close, many businesses begin planning out strategies for the new year to increase revenue, win customers, improve efficiency, and lower costs. However, many companies miss out on important growth opportunities because they fail to perform a thorough year-end review. A year-end review can help identify successes, failures, and areas of improvement from the past year, all of which can help put businesses in a better position to thrive in the new year.

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Written by Adam Miller
Is Minimum Auto Insurance Coverage Really Keeping You Protected?

The state of Texas requires minimum amounts of auto insurance coverage in order to operate a vehicle in our state, which is liability coverage for property damage or bodily injury you may cause with your vehicle.  However, there is no one type of car accident. Some may be single-car accidents caused by a drowsy driver, while others may be multi-car pile-ups with many injured drivers and passengers.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Prepare Your Business From Windstorm Damage

Winter weather in the Gulf Coast region is typically milder than in the rest of the country, but Texas often experiences high winds and strong gusts as cold fronts approach our area. Sometimes these strong winds cause little to no property damage, while other times a freak windstorm can topple trees, down power lines, and cause extensive damage to businesses, retail centers, restaurants, and office complexes.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Avoid Purchasing A Vehicle With Flood Damage

Houstonians rely greatly on their cars and trucks, largely because of our city's vast size and minimal public transportation options. However, over 19,000 of area vehicles experienced some form of vehicle flood damage during the historic Tax Day floods of 2016. While some of these flooded vehicles were completely submerged and sent to salvage yards, many were cleaned up and resold to unsuspecting buyers or used car lots.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Common Dangers During The Holidays

The holidays are a festive time of celebration, often involving traveling, gathering with family and friends, and sharing delicious meals together. Sadly, they can also be a dangerous time for families and friends if proper precautions are not taken. In today's blog post, we discuss three common dangers that occur most during the holidays, and what people can do to mitigate their risks.

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Written by Adam Miller
How Companies Can Reduce Workers Comp Costs

One of the biggest struggles companies can face is dealing with work place accidents and injured employees that result in Worker's Compensation claims. No business owner wants to have injured employees, nor do they want missed work time, decreased productivity, or higher workers compensation costs. Companies can find ways to reduce their costs and encourage injured employees to return to work earlier without infringing on their rights to receive the benefits and assistance they are due.

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Written by Adam Miller
Three Important Conversations To Have With Aging Parents

Our parents spend years caring for us, teaching us, and guiding us from infancy to adulthood. Once adults, we can make our own decisions, plan for our future, and care for our self and our loved ones. Sadly, over time our parents may reach a stage where their own health, mobility, finances, and living situation may require them to make major life changes. While it may be difficult for adult children to discuss these sensitive topics with their aging parents, it is absolutely critical to make sure our loved ones have the safety, care, and support they need to thrive in their senior years.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Avoid Scams When Disaster Strikes

Texas has seen its fair share of disasters, including record-setting flooding, major hurricanes, severe windstorms, and wildfires. When these catastrophes impact homes and businesses, there is often a major response from assistance groups, federal agencies, and contractors ready to help rebuild. Unfortunately, along with legitimate assistance groups come scammers and fraudulent organizations hoping to make money off of both victims and individuals and businesses wanting to help in some way.

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