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Determining Who Is at Fault in an Auto Accident

Posted by on Mar 15, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Determining Who Is at Fault in an Auto Accident

Determining who is legally responsible in an auto accident requires identifying who the negligent party is. In most cases, common sense can be used to determine fault, but often drivers do not know exactly which laws were broken by the at-fault party. This makes it more difficult to prove a case to an insurer when making a claim. Determining Who Is at Fault in an Auto...

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Are your retirement savings keeping up with the average American?

Posted by on Mar 13, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Are your retirement savings keeping up with the average American?

Studies show that most Americans worry that their savings will fall short in retirement. It’s a reasonable concern. The average household spends more than $40,000 per year in retirement, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, yet the average person only collects less than $17,000 in Social Security. Are you on track to make up the difference? Are your retirement savings keeping pace with the average...

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Interactive Dashboards, the Newest Source of Distracted Driving

Posted by on Mar 6, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Interactive Dashboards, the Newest Source of Distracted Driving

Safety experts are raising concerns about the latest evolving distraction in cars: the interactive dashboard. Interactive Dashboards

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More Accidents, Costlier Claims Prompt Rise in Premiums

Posted by on Mar 1, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on More Accidents, Costlier Claims Prompt Rise in Premiums

Be prepared for rising premiums on your auto insurance policy as the number of claims from accidents caused by distracted driving booms. More Accidents, Costlier Claims Prompt Rise in Premiums

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Weddings Are Expensive: How to Avoid Falling into Debt

Posted by on Feb 27, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Weddings Are Expensive: How to Avoid Falling into Debt

The proposal was perfect. You’ve told friends and family the exciting news and shared pictures of the sparkly new ring on Instagram. Now it’s time to plan the wedding. Setting a realistic budget is a smart first step. Weddings are expensive

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Baseline Health Tests Can Shave Workers’ Comp Claims Costs

Posted by on Feb 22, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Baseline Health Tests Can Shave Workers’ Comp Claims Costs

More employers are testing new hires in physical jobs to establish a baseline in case they ever file a workers’ comp claim down the road. Baseline Health Tests Can Shave Workers Comp Claims Cost

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Seven Things You Need to Know About Money

Posted by on Feb 20, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on Seven Things You Need to Know About Money

How much do you really know about your money? With all the financial stress we encounter, it is very tempting to over-delegate control of your money to a financial professional. In the short term, it often feels like a huge relief, a weight off your shoulders, a burden for someone else to manage. Seven Things You Need To Know About Money

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How Management Can Demonstrate Safety Buy-In

Posted by on Feb 15, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on How Management Can Demonstrate Safety Buy-In

We’ve had many articles about workplace safety and that in order for you to have a successful workplace safety program you need not only employee buy-in, but also management buy-in. How Management Can Demonstrate Safety Buy

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How to Have the Money Talk

Posted by on Feb 13, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on How to Have the Money Talk

Valentine’s Day is generally thought of as a time to express our love for someone special in our lives. While common ways of saying you care typically involve flowers, chocolates, romantic dinners, surprise getaways and other gifts, these tokens of appreciation aren’t always the signs of a lasting relationship. Open and honest communication about money has the power to strengthen a relationship long after that credit card bill arrives to pay for those V-Day gestures. How To Have The Money...

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What the New Tax Law Means for Retirees

Posted by on Feb 8, 2018 in Articles, Uncategorized | Comments Off on What the New Tax Law Means for Retirees

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act – the sweeping tax reform measure signed into law by President Trump in late December 2017 – is good news for most retirees. The most significant benefit for most is the increase in the standard deduction, which nearly doubles in 2018 and beyond. What the New Tax Law Means for Retirees

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