Tag: Liability Coverage

Auto Insurance: Questions and Answers

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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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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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Resort Risk Management: 5 Tips for Keeping Guests Safe 

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Resort in the mountains

As a resort owner and operator, you know it’s important to keep your facilities up-to-date. Periodically remodeling bathrooms, installing new landscaping and optimizing your website are all par for the course in resort maintenance and management. But, have you considered upgrading your security measures too? Keeping your guests safe and secure while they are on your property represents one of the most important services that you can offer. And, it…

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5 Ways to Protect Your Revenue Stream from the Unexpected

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Small Business Owner

Owning and operating your own business is the definition of the American Dream for many. The perks? You control your schedule, define your roles and responsibilities and the sky is the limit in terms of the trajectory of your success. Along with the up-side of being an entrepreneur, there are considerable financial risks. Though, there are proven strategies you can implement to protect yourself (and your bottom line). Whether you’re…

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Teach your Children how to be an Entreprenuer

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I recently had a conversation with a Knoxville, TN father who called our independent insurance agency. He was interested in commercial insurance for his lemonade stand. At first, I was taken back a little…and then I discovered the brillance of his vision. The Lemonade stand is the truest form of entreprenuership and the best model to teach your children how to learn business.