Flood Insurance Basics for Homeowners

With all the heavy rains of the past few days, you may be dealing with more than just gloomy weather. Despite this fact, only 12 percent of U.S. homeowners have flood insurance, according to a 2016 poll by the Insurance Read More....

Before You Retire: 5 Steps To Follow

Are you planning to retire within the next 10 to 15 years? While it might seem like the day is far away, it will be here before you know it. Before you retire, there are a number of steps that … Read More....

Personal Insurance Agent: Why Local Matters

It is 2018 and there are many insurance options out there. The selection can make it difficult to choose what company, policy and interface works best for you. Do you need a local agent? Are you fine with large call … Read More....

Lawn Mower Safety Tips

Mowing the lawn is a bothersome summer chore for many families. However, just because this boring task is common doesn’t mean it can be done carelessly. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, nearly 82,000 people required emergency medical attention … Read More....

Getting Married: Top 4 Insurance Questions to Ask

It’s no big surprise that summer is a popular season for those who popped the question. Chances are you’ve already been invited to a few weddings this year. Whether you plan to get hitched yourself, or you know someone who … Read More....

Firework Safety Tips

Each year, Americans purchase approximately 247,500,000 pounds of fireworks per year. While they are a common tradition for many family celebrations, especially around the Fourth of July, firework safety is often overlooked by most. In 2016, fireworks were the cause … Read More....

New Apartment Tips You Need to Know

Whether you’ve recently accepted a job in a new city, are starting out on your own, or your growing family needs a bigger space, looking for a new apartment can be exciting and overwhelming. Check out these 5 tips for … Read More....

Can Your Retirement Plan Handle Rising Rates?

Now that the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates a quarter of a percentage point, you may be wondering: What does this mean for my retirement account? In the short term, as both, stock and bond markets react to the … Read More....

Renters Insurance: A Policy Millennials Need to Know

You have likely heard of renters insurance by now, but do you really need it? You may think your landlord is responsible for damages to your apartment so why pay anymore than you have to, right? Imagine this. You come … Read More....

Top 10 Mistakes First Time Home Buyers Make

Every year, first time home buyers venture out in search of the perfect home. Unfortunately, they make a number of mistakes that have been made by first time home buyers for generations. This article is here to help reveal the … Read More....