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5 Car Insurance Myths Debunked

Car insurance is a necessity that can’t be avoided, but you need accurate information to choose the best policy. Unfortunately, several myths exist that could steer you in the wrong direction. Our local agents are here to dispel these myths and make the process of buying auto insurance simple, fast, and affordable. Myth: Older drivers always pay more for auto insurance. You may have heard...

How to Build a Group Benefits Package that is Cost Effective

Group benefits are a must in today’s tough job market. The best candidates for your business will evaluate the benefits your company offers – but how can you build a benefits package you can afford, and which will appeal to the employees you want on your team? It takes strategy. Group Benefits Can be Affordable. To plan an attractive group benefits package, you must evaluate...

GoFundMe vs. Life Insurance: What You Should Know

You have likely seen a GoFundMe page for someone who suddenly passed away. GoFundMe pages allow others to donate to pay for final expenses or to help the family. These crowdfunding activities may be successful but come with some serious drawbacks. The family left behind is asking others for funds, adding stress to one of life’s most challenging times. Life insurance is a far more...

5 Types of Car Insurance Explained

Car insurance policies vary in what they cover. The state mandates certain types of coverage that you must have to legally get behind the wheel. However, the mandated minimum coverage may be far too low in some situations, such as being in a hit-and-run, in an accident with an uninsured driver, or if your car is damaged by a falling tree or fire. As a...

If You Don't Have a Plan For Retirement, You Should.

Your retirement years may seem far off, but planning for retirement should start early in your working career – your retirement years could be decades, hopefully. With a healthy retirement plan, you will have the resources to live a comfortable lifestyle. You are likely eligible for Social Security benefits, but those benefits average only about $1,200 a month, certainly not enough to cover all expenses....