Winter storms caused an estimated $2.3 billion in insured losses in 2014. Here are some common problems Tennesseans faced during recent storms and the types of insurance that protect against them.Read More
One piece of adulthood that can feel daunting is insurance. What kind and how much does a 20-30-something need? Asking a professional to help you “shop” is great first step, and here’s a summary of the types of coverage to consider.Read More
Winter storms caused an estimated $2.3 billion in insured losses in 2014. Here are some common problems Tennesseans faced during recent storms and the types of insurance that protect against them.
Just as you get a physical or bring your car in for regular maintenance, it’s important to conduct check-ups on your insurance coverage. Many Americans are underinsured in several critical areas, and many others are paying for coverage they don't need. An insurance review every one to three years is essential for ensuring you have appropriate coverage.
Until May 2010, many Middle Tennesseans though they’d never need protection from floods. Now they have many questions about how to get insurance and what it covers. Here are the most common questions I’ve heard.
When buying homeowners insurance, the cost will typically depend on the amount of coverage you need and how high your deductible is. Here are 10 things that could help reduce the cost of your premiums.
Tennessee is prone to flooding and tornadoes in the spring. Those who were affected by the May 2010 floods in Middle Tennessee or the storms that sweep across the South know that all too well.
When you hear your neighbors, colleagues and the media talk about natural disasters or pandemics, your first thought likely is not about securing your finances. But there are certain steps you can take now to help prepare. You’ll want to make sure you have the following in order before an emergency strikes.
One piece of adulthood that can feel daunting is insurance. What kind and how much does a 20-30-something need? Asking a professional to help you “shop” is great first step, and here’s a summary of the types of coverage to consider.
All of the costs involved in a data breach may surprise you. The consultants, forensic investigation, notification expenses and business interruption losses all add up. Find out how you can help protect your business from the financial ramifications of data theft.
No matter how careful you are in running your business, accidents happen. And no matter how big or small your business, you'll have to plan for these and other risks if you want it to thrive.
Although you can’t foresee when fire, floods or storms may happen, you always know there’s a chance that “acts of God” could affect your business operations. Here are some tips on how you can plan for the unexpected and keep your business going during a disaster.
The Affordable Care Act, passed into law in March 2010, is the biggest change to health insurance since it was invented in the 1940s and ‘50s. Although many people thought the law would have been overturned by now, the majority is still standing.
Every business owner envisions what it will take to help the company succeed for years to come. They spend time projecting sales and analyzing the market. Unfortunately, many business owners don’t think about what would happen to their company if a key employee passed away.
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected a challenge to the Affordable Care Act's (ACA's) individual mandate, holding that Texas and other states did not have a legal right to sue. The ruling leaves the ACA intact.
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