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Effective Ways to Spring Clean Your Life Insurance

It is smart to “spring clean” your life insurance each year, as the life insurance market changes over time. A new insurance product could allow you to purchase higher levels of coverage at a lower cost. With the help of a qualified insurance agent, you may discover you have been overpaying. A life insurance policy is an ideal way to protect your loved ones from...

Can I Insure My E-Bike? (And Other Questions, Answered)

If you’ve seen more battery-powered electric bikes on sidewalks and streets, there’s a reason. E-bikes have become the fastest-selling electric vehicle on the market, now outselling electric cars by more than two-to-one, according to Deloitte. And Deloitte predicts that by the end of 2023, more than 130 million e-bikes will have been sold worldwide since 2020. But as recently as a few years ago, e-bikes...

5 Types of Cyber Criminals & How to Avoid Them

Cybercrimes are on the rise in the USA, and business owners need to be alert to the most common ways these criminals operate. The losses incurred by a business after a cyber attack can be staggering, particularly when the personal information of clients has been stolen. There are five general types of cybercriminals, and several techniques to help companies avoid the risk of a data...

5 Spring Home Maintenance Tips

When spring arrives, it is time to get ready for the warmer months. These five spring maintenance tips can help you maintain and protect your home. Roof Inspection Your roof has been subjected to harsh winter weather and should be inspected yearly. You can inspect the roof yourself, but it is not recommended. It is advised that you contact a professional roofing company to inspect...

How to Use a Fixed Annuity for Retirement Income

A fixed annuity works to create income stability during retirement. These insurance contracts are designed to pay the owner a guaranteed interest rate, rather than being subject to changes in the market and interest rates. These insurance policies are purchased with a lump sum, or paid for overtime, with a guarantee from the insurance company that the account will earn an unvarying interest rate. The...