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9
Jul

How to Manage Small Business Risks

The business you are building has been an all-consuming priority. You’ve devoted time and energy to get your business off the ground and keep turning a profit. It’s exactly because you’re so devoted to the business, though, that you might be overlooked business risk factors that are obvious to others. To help, we’ve rounded up some essential tips on how

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25
Jun

Top Benefits of Life Insurance for Women

Believe it or not, but fewer women than men have life insurance. Not only that, but the death benefit is also well below that of men – about 22 percent less. Yet, women have become increasingly dominant players in today’s American workforce. Some women are the sole breadwinners for their families and, as such, are looking for financial security from

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18
Jun

Why Canceling Business Insurance May Cost More Than Keeping Your Coverage

Dropping your commercial insurance on Long Island, NY may seem like an easy way to trim your budget during COVID-19. If your business’s doors are shut and locked for the next few weeks or months, you may think that you can cancel your business insurance to save money. However, you may end up paying a higher price in the long

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11
Jun

Summer Maintenance Tasks Your Home Needs

Now that summer is here, it’s a great time to take advantage of the warmer weather and ensure your home is in optimal shape. A little TLC goes a long way to prevent future maintenance problems which can end up being costly. To help keep your property in tip-top shape, take a look at these top tasks to tackle this

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4
Jun

What is the Good Driver Discount? How Do I Get It?

Do you consider yourself a good driver? You aren’t alone if you’d rate yourself with above-average driving skills. But what does being a good driver mean? Well, insurers have their own definition. Generally, you’re a good driver if you’ve been accident-free and violation-free for three to five years. While this is a great achievement, you can also benefit from this

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28
May

Does Workers’ Compensation Cover Coronavirus Claims?

What You Should Know About COVID-19 and Workers’ Compensation   As the coronavirus continues to spread across the country, small and medium-sized businesses are looking at options to help employees impacted by the virus. While the CDC advises people to stay at home if they are sick, the financial strain of missing work may tempt employees to report to work.

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21
May

Tips for Managing Your Anxiety During Coronavirus

How to Deal with Coronavirus Anxiety   It’s impossible to move about your day without mention of the novel coronavirus, which continues to be an ongoing battle across the world. Every news station, social media outlet, and newspaper talks about the spread and total deaths that day. Unfortunately, it’s all too easy to feel overwhelmed and anxious during this time.

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14
May

How to Clean and Disinfect Your Home

Quick Cleaning Tips to Kill Household Germs   The novel coronavirus has made all of us more cautious of surfaces we touch outside of our homes, such as shopping carts and Amazon packages. When you do go outside of the house, it’s best to get in and out as quickly as possible. When you get home, part of the best

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9
May

4 Ways to Turn Stress into Something Positive

Turn Tension in Positive Energy   Are you feeling stressed with everything going on? The COVID-19 pandemic is sure to cause anyone stress. It has changed the way we live our lives and even how we do our weekly grocery shop. While we tend to think of stress as something negative, in reality, a little bit of stress is good

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