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24 Apr 2015

Am I Insurance Poor?

Written by Adam Miller
Am I Insurance Poor?

Regardless of our age, lifestyle, occupation, living situation, or geographic location, we all need insurance protection of some sort to protect our health, personal property and financial future.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Protect Your Fleet Vehicles

Growing businesses often come with growing pains, as owners usually need additional revenue, labor, equipment, inventory, and vehicles in order to meet customer needs and complete daily activities. As businesses expand, they may need to transition from using a single company vehicle or personal vehicle for business to company fleet vehicles to complete service calls and deliveries. Purchasing or leasing fleet vehicles is an important investment for any business owner, so it's important to protect fleet vehicles as well as the employees using them.

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Written by Adam Miller
Four Common Bad Driving Habits To Avoid

Drivers can be their own worst enemy, whether they've been driving for five weeks or five decades. Often, drivers will develop poor driving habits early and will remain unsafe drivers for life, usually passing these bad driving habits down to their children. In today's blog post, we'll look at four common bad driving habits to avoid, and how they can put drivers, their passengers, and other vehicles in danger.

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Written by Adam Miller
Insurance Needs For Cohabitating Couples

Over the last three decades, the percentage of American couples living together before marriage has risen over 70%. Unfortunately, some cohabitating couples may find themselves in a dire financial situation if they do not have comprehensive insurance coverage that protects them and their property in the event of a disaster. The legal benefits and insurance coverage options available to married couples do not often apply to unmarried couples living together or sharing property.

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Written by Adam Miller
How To Reduce Business Expenses in 2015

Tax time can be a revealing time for business owners, as receipts and accounting records can clearly indicate spending trends and expenses that exceeded budgets or expectations. However, businesses still have an opportunity to reduce business expenses for the current year and improve their bottom line with a few proactive steps. In today's blog post, we'll highlight three areas in which business can realize significant savings in their annual budget to allow financial resources to be focused elsewhere.

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Written by Adam Miller
Ways To Protect Your Business From Metal Theft

A large number of Houston area businesses, offices, and schools have found themselves victims of a theft growing in popularity among criminals, which is stealing valuable metals. Thieves will often strike at night and make off with copper and aluminum components from air conditioning units, manufacturing plants, or construction sites to sell to scrap metal recyclers. Metal thieves can cause thousands of dollars in damages, repair costs, and property and inventory loss for property owners, as well as revenue losses while repairs are made.

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Written by Adam Miller
Caring for Aging Relatives: Financial Responsibilities

A growing number of Americans have had to make decisions and plans regarding the immediate and long-term care of their retired or elderly loved ones. Medical advancements have greatly improved life expectancies, and as a result, many more senior citizens are thriving well into their 70's, 80's and 90's. However, there is a higher risk of liability for senior citizens living on their own, or even with other relatives, due to their increased likelihood of injuries, falls or accidents.

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Written by Adam Miller
Caring For Aging Relatives: Housing Decisions

In the last 50 years, medical breakthroughs and technological advancements have helped extend the overall lifespan for men and women, leading to larger numbers of people living well into their 80's and 90's. As a result of parents and grandparents living longer, a growing number of adult children are tasked with caring for their relatives or making arrangements for their long-term care.

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Three Insurance Mistakes New Business Owners Should Avoid

Business owners know that there are a variety of obstacles to overcome in order to achieve success and growth in their business. In addition, businesses must avoid common pitfalls and mistakes that have doomed other businesses, such as hiring the wrong people, buying poor quality equipment, or choosing the wrong location for their office or storefront. In today's blog post, we'll look at three insurance mistakes that all new businesses should avoid, to ultimately help their businesses achieve future success.

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Don’t Leave Home Without Renters Insurance!

Recent studies have shown a dramatic increase in the number of adults between the ages of 21 to 35 still living with their parents. The most common causes for this increase include difficulty in finding a job after college, rising housing costs, and large student loan debts. However, once they have secured jobs or paid down some of their outstanding debts, these young adults are eager to move out and find places of their own. Unfortunately, many of these individuals do so without the financial security of Renters Insurance.

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