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If you're thinking of purchasing insurance for your recreational vehicle, you're probably wondering how much it will cost. RV insurance is typically far less expensive than auto insurance, especially if you have a pull-behind camper that is only in use a few weeks out of the year. READ MORE >>

Quality, sought after employees tend to be selective with where they choose to work, making it imperative that you do everything you can to make your business an attractive place of employment. One of the ways you can appeal to workers is by choosing a top-notch location. What do employees want out of a workplace? READ MORE >>

With so many reported burglaries and “stranger danger” scares in the news, many people feel very uneasy about letting strangers into their homes. However, electricians, plumbers and contractors — among others — must enter the home in order to perform their jobs. READ MORE >>

Large companies hire people to manage the risks associated with the business. However, owners and manager of smaller companies often have to handle risks themselves — along with taking care of the day-to-day issues of running an office and directing staff. Commercial insurance is the ideal solution. READ MORE >>

If you’re looking to live a more environmentally conscious lifestyle, or if you’re interested in gardening, you may have read about composting. Compost is a nutrient-rich soil additive created when plant and animal matter decomposes. READ MORE >>

Before you hit the road in your RV, talk to your insurance agent and make sure that you are fully covered for any situation you might encounter. RVs are part vehicle and part home, and the right insurance coverage will reflect both of these realities. Here are five options you may want to consider adding to your RV insurance policy. READ MORE >>

Many renters overlook buying renters insurance because of they believe it to be an unneeded cost. However, here are five things to consider about renters insurance that you might not have been aware of before: Landlord is not responsible: Your landlord is not responsible for the items that you have inside of your apartment. READ MORE >>

Paying for insurance that you don’t use often can be irritating, but it’s very important for the times that you do need to file a claim. However, to soften the blow to your budget, there are plenty of ways you can reduce your auto insurance premium. READ MORE >>

Come tax season, everyone wants to get the biggest tax return they possibly can. But, without proper research and/or professional assistance, many people end up paying more than they truly owe. There are many extensive resources online to help you with your tax return, but here’s a good place to start. READ MORE >>

There are many things to check for before you move into a new place. Being very thorough when scouting a rental property will always be to your advantage, so you don’t end up in a sketchy situation. We compiled a list of what we think will help you when you search for your next rental. READ MORE >>

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