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As days get shorter and nights get longer, our habits begin to change. Most of us typically spend more time hunkering down at home and less time frolicking at the beach. That usually means resuming favorite fall Pastimes like huddling through high school football games on Friday nights and drinking hot cocoa on the sidelines of our little ones’ soccer games. Arriving along with the season of autumn is a host of safety hazards we
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In the event of a fire or other disaster, would you be able to remember all your possessions? We know how important your personal belongings are to you.  That’s why it’s important to create and maintain an accurate household inventory.    A few things to get you started are listed below: Keep a detailed list of all items – don’t forget the smaller items like towels, shoes, and number of pairs of jeans. Check coverage on
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Trees are pretty amazing things. They produce oxygen. They serve as natural air conditioners, both by blocking sunlight and through evaporation. And they even absorb sounds, helping to keep things peaceful. These benefits, along with countless others, are great reasons to keep the trees on your property in good shape. Looking for another? Unhealthy trees can actually pose great danger to your home and property, as well as to your family and other people. With these
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  First things first: Do you really need to bring your tablet or laptop on your camping trip? Are you really going to watch a movie instead of looking at the stars? Check your email instead of roasting marshmallows? Work instead of play? Well, OK. We can’t stop you. But we can help you keep your devices safe at the campground, if you ever tear yourself away from them long enough to take a hike,
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In today’s unsettled economy, many people are looking for ways to stretch their money—but sometimes this includes altering insurance  coverages to dangerously low levels or eliminating coverage entirely. If you’re thinking about changing your coverage to save money, consider these key issues below — and give us a call. We can help make sure you’ve got the right protection at a price you can afford. Make sure you’re getting the appropriate discounts and credits: Most
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College is expensive enough without the added cost of unexpected accidents or theft, not covered by your insurance policy. If you have a student heading away to school, below are a few tips to help you get the most out of your coverage. HOMEOWNERS (varies by state) Personal Property: Most homeowners policies will cover personal property for up to 10% of your total policy while your child is residing at school (a $100,000 policy equals
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It takes more than age to make it a classic. A collector car isn’t just a way to get around. It’s an investment that will continue to appreciate in coming years. Not all classic or antique cars are used the same, so J.G. Elliott will work with you to select the appropriate policy to accommodate coverage needs, miles driven, vehicle age, and vehicle modifications to make sure you have the best policy to meet your
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Did you know the average boat costs less than a dollar a day to insure? You’ll enjoy being on the water even more when you aren’t worried about your safety, the safety your passengers, or your investment. But do you know what to look for in a watercraft insurance policy? Here are some items you’ll need to consider when shopping for boat insurance. Navigational Area Know where you are covered in the water. Some companies,
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Imagine how devastating it would be to lose your home in a fire. Now imagine not being able to rebuild it completely because you didn’t have the correct amount of insurance. Selecting the proper amount of coverage is the single most important decision you can make with your Homeowners policy. Without it, you may not have enough coverage to rebuild after a total loss. This is called “insurance to value.” Below are some explanations and
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By Kathryn Hauer, CFP, EA Learn more about Kathryn on NerdWallet’s Ask an Advisor Most of us know about — and pay for — common types of insurance that protect us from financial risk. These include health insurance, auto insurance, life insurance, and homeowners or renters insurance. However, we often forget that we have other types of insurance waiting in the background. You probably don’t pay monthly premiums for these policies, but they’re available when you need them. Workers’
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