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4 Big Decisions to Make When Enrolling in Medicare

July 26, 2021

When you start to consider Medicare, chances are that you will be overly marketed to and inundated with information about the different products and plans available to you. This can lead to confusion and even delay your process. When you are considering enrolling in Medicare you really only need to answer 4 questions. #  1…

The Basics of Medicare

July 26, 2021

Medicare can be confusing, but I can simplify it for you by breaking it down. Let’s start with the basics of Medicare. In this article we will answer two questions to get started. What is Medicare and what are the 4 main parts of Medicare. What is Medicare? Medicare is health insurance available to almost…

Activities, Décor & More: Property Insurance for Daycares

July 26, 2021

Kids require so much stuff. Seriously! Ever been to a baby shower? Sometimes it requires multiple vehicles to transport all of the gifts to the home of the expecting parents. What about a birthday party for an older kid?  Toys and activities galore. The amount of things required to educate, entertain and provide nourishment for…

The Insurance Band Aid for Daycare Injuries

July 26, 2021

So, you’re opening a daycare. Is there anything more rewarding than working with children? The answer is yes. A nice warm bath to relax your mind and your muscles after spending a day working with children. We commend you on choosing a gratifying career surrounded by precious children, but we also hear you moaning from…

The Insurance Coverage Your Daycare Can’t Go Without

July 26, 2021

Opening and running a daycare is no joke. Kids are precious but they can also be a handful from time to time. Beginning a journey in daycare ownership is not for the faint of heart. If you are headed down this path, then research will quickly teach you the things you need in place as…

What Are Minimum Liability Limits?

July 26, 2021

Each state requires you to carry a certain limit of liability on your auto policy in order to be considered legal. Liability limits in this case is specifically referring to Bodily Injury Per Person, Bodily Injury Per Accident and Property Damage Per Occurrence.  Each of these is associated with a dollar amount on your declarations…

Can I Transfer My Homeowner’s Insurance to a New Property?

July 26, 2021

It is perfectly reasonable to think that your insurance policy would transfer over to a new property purchase. Many people do. Unfortunately, due to the way the policy is created, this just isn’t the case. Your insurance policy is a contract between you and the insurance company. When it comes to the homeowner’s insurance policy…

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