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What Insurance Start Ups Should Have?

Small Business Insurance Must-Haves When starting a new business, it’s only natural for people to focus on the positives. They think about how good their idea is, how much money they’ll make, and how their business is going to grow into success. They may not think about what they’re going to do if things don’t […]

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4 Cyber Security Tips for Holiday Shopping Online

Keep safe while shopping online for your holiday gifts. The holidays are just a couple of weeks away and you’re probably busy shopping online to get gifts for everyone on your list. You may do you a bit of shopping in local brick-and-mortar stores, but shopping online can be a great way to compare prices […]

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College Kid Heading Back to School? Insure Them!

Be sure to review the homeowners, renters, and auto insurance policies before your children head off to campus! Before your studying child heads back to college, every parent should review insurance policies to make sure that there won’t be any financial strain during the upcoming school year. This includes ensuring that all personal possessions are adequately protected! […]

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How to Choose the Right Deductible for You

Determine what deductible best meets your needs. When you buy insurance, your policy may include a deductible. This is the amount that you agree to pay on a bill before the insurer pays the benefits. In the event of a claim, this is an immediate out-of-pocket expense. Health, dental, home and auto insurances all have […]

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Is It Time to Update Your Business Plan?

Determine the right time to update your business plan. Creating your first business plan may have been a chore, but updating a plan is easier and more fun for business owners. During your start-up, you likely had little direct experience and no track record or historical information, so many of the marketing and operational forecasts […]

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Study Finds Massachusetts Workers’ Compensation Rates Among Lowest in U.S.

The Division of Insurance applauded the study reminding us that rates in Massachusetts have decreased more than 19.7 percent since 2007. A new study from the Oregon Department of Consumer and Business finds that Massachusetts employers pay some of the lowest workers’ compensation rates in the nation. In light of the Division of Insurance’s recent […]

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Renters Insurance Checklist

Renters Insurance Checklist Can Help You Choose the Right Coverage and Protect Yourself Financially Renting, Rather Than Buying, a House or Apartment Is Becoming More Common October 3, 2011 NEW YORK, October 3, 2011 — An increasing number of Americans view renting a home as a better “investment” than buying one, yet less than half […]

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