It is a time when many people tend to focus on planning their budgets. I recommend you also take this time each year to review your personal insurance needs. Are your home and valuables properly protected?
The holiday season is finally over. While the stores in the weeks leading up to Christmas seem incredibly chaotic, it almost seems busier after the holiday rush is through. Everyone is back to return or exchange gifts that were maybe the wrong color or size, or they just didn’t want it. Customer service is just as important during the post-holiday season as it was before.
Many homes today incorporate advanced technology electronics and other equipment that is not covered by your standard homeowner insurance policy, yet a loss to one of these items can become a significant expense. Is there anything you can do to adequately insure these exposures? The answer could be found with Equipment Breakdown coverage! Does your home policy include Equipment Breakdown coverage? If not, it should!
The New Year always brings a new perspective on life, a fresh start, resolutions, goals, budgets, tax season, annual maintenance items… sometimes it can be a lot to remember! The same can apply with tasks at work and other areas of life.
Many people get nervous when it comes to giving presentations and public speaking, but sometimes it’s necessary at work. Whether you are pitching an idea to managers and supervisors or giving an informal presentation to fellow coworkers, here are some tips on how to present to a group:
If you’ve ever been involved in an auto accident, one of the first questions you might ask is, “What will it cost to repair my vehicle?” This can be an intimidating question since most of us are not in the auto repair business and have no idea what it costs for parts, labor, or paint… Hopefully I can answer a few of your questions and give you a better understanding of how damages to your vehicle are estimated when you have a claim.
It’s no surprise that with the cooler temperatures comes bugs and viruses. You can take your vitamins and wash your hands all you want, but you still may not prevent the ba-humbugs of the holiday season.