18
Feb

How to Take Care of Your Mental Health Through COVID-19 and Beyond

No matter where you are right now, you’ve most probably been impacted by COVID 19 in one way or the other. Some of the social-economic impacts of the pandemic have left millions coping with a lot of psychological turmoil. If you too are experiencing the effects of the chaos, you can look after your mental health through the pandemic and

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4
Feb

Why Are Auto Damage Claims Growing Twice as Fast as Inflation?

A new study by the Insurance Research Council (IRC) showed auto damage insurance claims increased at double the rate of inflation between 2010 and 2018. According to the “Patterns in Auto Physical Damage Insurance Claims” report, deductibles and policy limits didn’t grow in tandem with payment growth over the same period. Auto Damage Claims Soar 3.7% On average, insurance payments

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21
Jan

Self-Care Tips for Managing COVID-19 Stress

It’s been nearly a year since the coronavirus disease emerged, and yet the pandemic is still here, constantly exerting a social, financial, psychological, and physical toll on everyone. Observing self-care tips during the COVID-19 pandemic is essential in emerging from the pandemic induced chaos. Taking good care of yourself and your family can help you get through these uncertain times.

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7
Jan

Why Do You Need Commercial Property Insurance for Your Business?

It’s important to protect your business with a commercial property insurance policy. Having this coverage shields you from the loss of your business assets and properties in the event of hazards like fire, natural calamity, and theft. Whether you run a home-based office, operate in rented commercial space, or own the premises yourself, business property insurance can be your safety

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23
Dec

How Can You Lower Your Auto Insurance Premium?

An auto insurance policy consists of several different components, which might make it difficult to understand. However, once you know how an insurance company generally bases prices on risks, it will become easier to monitor and control your premiums. Here are a few ways in which you can cut costs on car insurance. Reduce Your Driving Time One way to

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11
Dec

3 Types of Insurance Policies That Can Boost Your Small Business

Millions of small businesses emerge every year. While they have the ability to strengthen the economy, small enterprises also contribute to an increasingly competitive marketplace. Entrepreneurs have to look for ways to stand out and make their businesses more appealing than their competitors. One way to become more attractive to your customers is by having appropriate business insurance coverage. Here

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19
Nov

Items to Consider Before Starting a Small Business

When you are ready to start your own business, there are some items you will want to – and need to – address first. This will help you launch into your business with success in mind and the right plan in front of you. Before starting your small business, take a look at these important items to consider.   Establish

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5
Nov

Should You Switch to Usage-Based Auto Insurance?

If you find yourself driving less because of the pandemic or a change in lifestyle, you may be wondering if you can get usage-based auto insurance to fit your new driving needs. Usage-based insurance programs base your insurance rate on your driving and can provide a discount if you are a safe driver and drive fewer miles per year. But

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22
Oct

3 Ways Business Insurance Can Save Your Company

Running a successful business always comes with inherent risks. A client could file a lawsuit, a natural disaster could destroy your property, or someone could get injured on site. For this reason, it’s essential that every business has a reliable insurance policy in place to protect itself as well as its assets. Securing coverage saves your company in a whole

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8
Oct

Tips to Make Your Teen a Safer Driver

If your teenager is learning to drive, you may feel both overwhelmed and nervous. Putting a teenager behind the wheel can be nerve-racking for parents – and justifiably so. Teenagers are three times as likely to crash as those aged 20 and over. Being a new driver comes with new experiences, and the inexperience on the roads can cause accidents

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