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Moving data into the cloud is an opportunity to create more access and better security. As a business owner, this move can be a big one. Yet, the efficiencies it offers are numerous. Still, in making this move, companies need to consider the value and access of their business insurance. READ MORE >>

Home insurance is a vital investment for all property owners. In some cases, it is a requirement. In others, you may not legally have to maintain it. Yet, a problem with your coverage could lead to a lack of financial protection. How does this happen? What can you do to avoid it? READ MORE >>

An act of God is a term used on many auto insurance policies. It defines instances causing an accident or damage beyond what man can create. That is, it applies to instances in which a person did not cause the damage your vehicle suffers. Not all types of car insurance cover this type of incident. READ MORE >>

Thunderstorms cause significant damage to homes each year. The damage ranges from missing roof shingles to trees falling on the structure. Your home insurance may cover some or all of the thunderstorm damage. However, you can minimize some risks on your own. Taking steps to minimize risks helps keep your home insurance costs down. READ MORE >>

As a professional financial planner, you have an obligation to provide your clients with accurate information. You may own an office. You may make visits to client’s homes. These are all factors contributing to your need for business insurance. Having proper insurance coverage is essential. READ MORE >>

Auto insurance costs can be a hardship for some seniors. Those who have a fixed budget may struggle with these costs. Maintaining car insurance is still necessary if you continue to drive. It is financial protection, after all. However, there are options available to help reduce your costs. READ MORE >>

Does your pay stub include the cryptic three-letter code LTD with a tiny dollar amount that’s deducted each pay period?  It stands for long-term disability insurance, and it pays to have it to provide for your family when you can’t work because of an injury or an illness like cancer. READ MORE >>

If you’re responsible for a portion, if not all of your health insurance costs, you are well aware of the price tag that comes with the territory. While you can take the easy way out and sign up for the cheapest and most streamlined health insurance policy, you could end up contributing to your out-of-pocket costs considerably. READ MORE >>

A report just released by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) puts a $277 billion price tag on the economic costs of traffic crashes in the United States in 2010, a 20 percent increase over its 2000 data. The economic costs are equivalent to approximately $897 for every person living in the U. READ MORE >>

If your husband or wife drives up with a brand new dent on the car, you might not get the truth about what happened. Some 35% of spouses admitted to dinging the family car, then telling their loved one that someone else did it, according to a new survey by the insurance website insure.com. READ MORE >>

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