Skip to the content

Insurance Blog

Please read our blog about a wide variety of insurance topics. Please feel free to ask us any questions.

The Sooner You Take These End-of-Life Considerations into Account, the Better

No one really wants to prepare for their own death. But planning for your estate is an important aspect of your financial strategy. The sooner you have the basic documents in order, the better for your family’s financial future. The following are basic estate planning documents you may want to include in your package. Will Your Will dictates who will receive your assets when you...

Term Life Insurance: How Long Should My Coverage Last?

Here’s an obvious statement: the costs of day-to-day living can add up fast. That’s why life insurance is so important. It allows you to protect your family when you’re gone. Think of the impact of losing not only your income but all the other contributions you make to the family. Could they cover the mortgage or monthly bills without you? Do you have enough saved...

How to Keep Your Pets Happy and Protected

Having pets is both a joy and a responsibility. Our four-legged friends become members of the family whose health, happiness, and safety matters a great deal. The following tips can help you keep your beloved pets protected, while also keeping them happy.  Don’t Share Food With Your Pets A number of the foods we eat can be harmful to animals. For example, dogs should not...

What Is A Personal Umbrella Policy?

I’m a safe driver. I don’t do risky things. Someone I know would never sue me. When it comes to truly terrible events, many people have the “it can’t happen to me” mentality. However, by simply driving a car, owning a home or entertaining friends, the possibility exists that a tragic accident could occur… and potentially, a costly lawsuit. Many people mistakenly believe that only...

Employer-Provided Life Insurance: What You Need to Know

Life insurance is a popular feature of employee benefits packages. Many employers provide basic group life free of charge to their employees. More Americans have workplace plans than individual life insurance plans, as reported in a NerdWallet article.  If your employer offers free or low-cost basic group life, there is no reason not to accept it. Enrollment is automatic in some cases. Although it is a...

Start Saving Today

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.