Archive for December 2017

Understanding Life Insurance

The main purpose of a life insurance policy is the comfort of knowing that the beneficiaries named in our policy will still be financially able even if we pass away. It may be morbid to think about it but as with any insurance, it is a protection against the unexpected and unknown.
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Home Insurance Coverage

A lot of unexpected events may happen to our precious homes. Usually something that’s out of our control such as fire, accidents, flood, hail and theft. Home insurance is quite necessary if you want to protect yourself from such perils. It can help you pay to repair your home or replace your belongings when they get damaged or destroyed from such events.

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Car Insurance Basics

The National Safety Council estimates that last year, the number of motor-vehicle deaths in US reached 40,200. They also predicted that the cost incurred due to motor-vehicle deaths, injury, and property damage reached $432.5 billion on that same year. This shows how important it is for drivers and their cars insured, seeing how common accidents happen. Through this article we’d like to help you learn more about car insurance and what it covers.

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Understanding A Business Owners Policy

As an entrepreneur, you must realize that running a business comes with big risks, and this is especially true for small businesses. Covering these risks by having business insurance is essential, and a business owner’s policy is the right insurance for small businesses. Learn more about business owner’s policies with the below answers to frequently asked questions.

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Cyber Liability Insurance For Business

Most companies have changed how they operate because of the Internet.  A lot of those businesses could have insurance that does not help them with their exposure to the ever-changing world of cyber liability.

A variety of businesses use the Internet in various ways to advertise and run their company.  Examples include having a website, accounts on sites like Facebook and Twitter, computers that are connected to the Internet, an electronic credit/debit card payment system, employees like an owner or manager with laptops containing customer info, etc.  Some businesses may even sell merchandise online which would require the filling out of credit card information on the website.

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