Tag: insure a great life

Auto Insurance: Questions and Answers

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Auto accident circa 1925 -auto insurance

Did you buy a new automobile in 2019? If so, then you are one of the 17 million people in the United States who made the decision to purchase a new vehicle in the last 12 months. The news is filled with observations about these statistics. The New York Times offered their observations and J.D. Power published a press release indicating that consumers spent $462 billion on new cars in…

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National Insurance Awareness Day – June 28, 2019

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National Insurance Awareness Day -2019

Often when life happens, our first natural response is to pose the question, “Do they have insurance?” Consider an unexpected illness, an automobile accident, workplace injury, a weather event, a house fire, a sudden death or an unforeseen business loss. If there is an insurance policy, each of these life events can be managed more efficiently and with less stress. Today the John Bailey Company team would like to share…

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Take Responsibility for Your Life Insurance

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If a child, a spouse, a life partner, or a parent depends on you and your income, you need life insurance. – Suze Orman The above quote is simple and straightforward. But, at the same time, it is cautionary advice that we should all heed. Life insurance is a topic we might overhear our parents discuss. As we mature and find our way into the labor force, it may again…

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Fishing on the Fly Requires “Reel” Risk Management!

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Fly Fishing Risk Management

Are you a fly-fishing guide? Perhaps you are one of the 6.5 million Americans who enjoy the sport of fly-fishing and depend on a guide. Or perhaps you’ve never even heard of fly-fishing and now we’ve piqued your interest. Today we would like to reach out to our readers who find fly-fishing to be exciting as well as relaxing and those of you who are professional fly-fishing guides who want…

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Happiness – Is there an APP for that?

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Happiness vs Pleasure

News flash! 2018 is behind us and 2019 is here. Per usual, for the past two months probably all of us have offered greetings to friends, family, associates, and perfect strangers: “Happy Thanksgiving,” “Happy Hanukkah,” “Merry Christmas,” “Happy Kwanzaa,” and “Happy New Year!” As we extended these greetings, maybe we struggled with what types of gifts to consider for our loved ones, particularly our children. Perhaps we want(ed) to believe…

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Children and Technology – Minding the 5 C’s

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Children and Technology - Minding the 5 C's

As 2018 winds down, many families are preparing for the December holidays. Perhaps this Thanksgiving holiday you spent time with multi-generations of your family. If so, did you notice how many kept their eyes focused on their iPhones, iPads/Tablets, or Smartphones? Did you really engage with each other or did the day pass with limited personal interaction? With this in mind, it occurred to our John Bailey Company team that…

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Life is a Journey – Will You #TakeThePledge?

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#TakeThePledge

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month. It is this time of year when our John Bailey Insurance Agency team reaches out to our current and future clients to start a conversation about life insurance. This year we want to emphasize life is a journey – will you #TakeThePledge? So why have Life Insurance Awareness Month (LIAM)? If you follow the news, whether in your local or national newspapers or on…

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Even Your Keel With Boat Insurance!

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Boat Even Keel

Do you own a boat? Have you ever wondered how many recreational boats are registered in the United States? Maybe you’d like to know that according to the Boat Responsibly report issued by U.S Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. Coast Guard Office of Auxiliary and Boating Safety in 2016 there were 11,861,811 (including 11,005,841 mechanically propelled and 855,970 non-mechanically propelled) boats registered in the U.S. Those registered in…

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