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It’s a New Year – Ready to Save Money?

Each year, setting a resolution is almost guaranteed. One of the most impactful? Saving money. Creating a plan to achieve the best financial gains takes work, especially with so many sales and other things to do. The goal is to make your money grow but you need to know how to do it. Here are a few tips to keep that resolution going all year:...

Why Is Home Valuation Important?

That’s an interesting question because there are a number of people who don’t even know or understand what it is. If you’re a homeowner, you want to make sure you have the right amount of insurance on your home to protect your interests. That begins with valuation. What exactly is valuation? Valuation is making sure your insurance coverage matches what your home is worth. One...

What about RV insurance if you're off the road?

RV Insurance and COVID-19 It’s the time of year where most people get ready to hit the road and see what life has to offer. The pandemic, or COVID-19 has changed what that may look like in the coming months. Although gas prices are lower than ever, people aren’t traveling. Even as states open up, the travel restrictions may not agree with your planned excursion....

Commercial Auto Insurance

Unless you have a fleet of company cars or a large utility truck, you may not have given much thought to commercial auto insurance. However, there is a thin line between personal and commercial auto insurance. Let us help you make sure you’re on the right side of it. Driving to Work vs. Driving FOR Work Driving to and from work would normally be covered...

Personal Articles Policy - What is it and why do I need it?

Do you need a personal articles policy?   If you have certain valuables like watches, jewelry or collectibles, you may want to get a personal articles policy in addition to your homeowners’ coverage. You may also hear it called Personal Articles Floater (PAF), which is the same thing. It’s no secret standard homeowners’ policies have limitations and maximums on the amount of items to be replaced....