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  • 10 Voluntary Benefits Expected To Grow in 2023 (and Beyond)

    10 Voluntary Benefits Expected To Grow in 2023 (and Beyond)

    Voluntary benefits, which allow your employees to choose certain types of coverage and then pay for some or all of the related costs, will continue to grow in 2023.With as many as five generations in the workforce at once and an increasing preference for personalization, the demand for benefits that fit different needs has never […]

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  • Calculating Life Insurance

    Calculating Life Insurance

    Calculating how much life insurance you need isn’t as difficult as it seems. A great way to get an estimate on how much life insurance you need is to follow these 5 steps:

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  • Negligent Entrustment – Be Careful Who You Loan Your Things To

    Negligent Entrustment – Be Careful Who You Loan Your Things To

    Negligent entrustment is when you allow (or entrust) someone to use a machine that could cause harm and you know, or should have known, that the person isn’t qualified to operate it. If they cause an accident, you could be held liable for property damage and bodily injury. If You’re Found Guilty of Negligent Entrustment […]

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  • Traveling Safely with Pets

    Traveling Safely with Pets

    Driving safely is a top priority, driving safely with pets is an even bigger priority. Regardless of what type of pet you have or whether you’ve traveled together before, keep these safety tips in mind and practice safe traveling with your pets.

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  • Why You Should Consider An Umbrella Policy

    Why You Should Consider An Umbrella Policy

    Written by Kristen Juracek, CISR Hello again, does everyone have their cup of coffee before we dive into our next episode of Koffee with Kristen?! If not, I’m a patient person go brew that perfect cup and take a seat. Umbrella/Excess Liability Policies First thing you need to know is that an umbrella or excess […]

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  • Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Service and My Auto Insurance Policy

    Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Service and My Auto Insurance Policy

    Written by Kimberly Gibas CIC, CAWC If you’re thinking about renting your car through a P2P car sharing program like Turo or Getaround, and believe that your current insurance policy will cover the car, think again. Most personal auto policies are now being written to specifically exclude peer car-sharing networks. Whether you are the one providing the […]

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