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Posted: May 23, 2019When you purchase life insurance, you pay the premiums for years or decades, and your beneficiaries collect the benefits when you pass away. It is important to tell your beneficiaries about the policy so they file a claim with the insurance company after your death. How Are Death Benefits Collected? Life insurance benefits are typically paid out when the insured person has died and the... Read Article
Posted: May 22, 2019If your employer offers health insurance, that doesn’t necessarily mean you have to buy it. Employees can choose to leave an employer-sponsored group plan in favor of Obamacare – the health insurance market. Do you know your best option? Each one has its pros and cons. What Are the Advantages of Employer-Sponsored Health Insurance? In most cases, workplace health insurance is less costly than an... Read Article
Posted: May 20, 2019Although a recreational vehicle, or RV, is similar to a car in many ways, the insurance needs for the two types of vehicles differ. Limiting your RV insurance to a typical auto insurance policy would leave you with dangerous gaps in coverage. Basic Differences between RVs and Cars RVs are towable trailers or large motor vehicles that typically include a kitchen space, bathroom, and living... Read Article
Posted: May 16, 2019Buying life insurance for the first time can be a bit confusing, but our agency is available to help you through the process. Here we have outlined the steps you will need to take to purchase a life insurance policy. Learn the Lingo Half the battle is knowing the life insurance terminology. Use a good glossary to get a full understanding of terms such as:... Read Article
Posted: May 15, 2019Most people know that seeing a dentist regularly is good for oral health and the appearance of your smile. But not everyone knows that it can also improve your overall health. Oral health is more important than most people realize. The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health Oral health provides clues about your general health, and problems in the mouth can affect the entire... Read Article