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Buying a home is a big risk. Even if you love the home, you never know what happened there. A home inspection can give you some insight into the condition of the home on a more thorough level. From a home insurance point-of-view, that’s important. It can help you, and your insurance agent, know the home is safe. READ MORE >>

As a veteran, it can be very important to manage your money well. Your hard work and service to the country should stand for something. Many vets qualify for a discount on their auto insurance policy. This does not always apply, but if it applies to your situation, it is worth asking about. READ MORE >>

Many small business owners wonder when they should review their insurance coverage. The truth is that if it has been a while since you’ve reviewed your business insurance, it might be time to make changes. A review is a great opportunity to determine whether your policy meets your current needs. READ MORE >>

Taking a fresh look at value-based insurance design VBID has been on employers’ radar for a while, but the concept appears to be experiencing a second wind. Suzanne Delbanco | April 15, 2019 at 10:43 AM Do consumers really value items that cost money more than those that are free? READ MORE >>

When you have a home with special features and adaptions, it becomes essential to consider how this impacts your home’s value. It can also impact your home insurance needs. For those who have a loved one living with a disability or unique needs, it is important to consider the value of added features to your home. READ MORE >>

Ask the Experts: White Collar Exemptions Question: What determines if an employee falls within one of the FLSA white collar exemptions? Answer: Under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), to qualify for exemption, a white collar employee generally must: READ MORE >>

Paid-Sick-Leave Laws Continue to Give Employers Headaches By Lisa Nagele-Piazza, J.D., SHRM-SCP April 15, 2019 Many employers would agree that sick workers should stay home to recover and that employees should be able to care for ill relatives when needed. READ MORE >>

From time to time, auto insurance rates will increase. Most often, this happens due to the cost of living rising. However, many people can save money by asking their insurance agent about savings options. If your prices are on the rise, take these steps to ensure you are paying the least amount necessary. READ MORE >>

Claimants should beware of suing under NFIP policies A Florida court confirms that plaintiffs suing under an NFIP standard flood insurance policy may not get attorney’s fees, interest or a jury trial. By Steven A. Meyerowitz | April 11, 2019 at 12:00 AM READ MORE >>

Georgia roadway fatalities in 2019 drop after hands-free law enacted The Hands-Free Georgia Act was signed in 2018 by then-Gov. Nathan Deal to curb distracted driving. By Denny Jacob | April 11, 2019 at 12:00 AM Distracted driving is a pervasive problem throughout the United States, and various states have enacted their own measures to tackle the issue. READ MORE >>

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