Archives: July 2017

We Can Help Your Business Survive an Interruption

A Business Insurance Update Have you considered the cost to you if your business had to shut down for a week, month, or even longer?  We have, and we can offer a few tips to help your business continue even in the midst of a shut down. A business can be shut down for a number of reasons. Your business or commercial insurance policy will...

Energy Saving Tips For Hot Summer Months

Keeping your home cool in the hot summer months can be as costly as keeping it warm in the wintertime. These energy-saving tips can help you minimize your electricity bill while staying cool and comfortable during the heat of the summer months: Set your thermostat to 78° or higher. This can lower your cooling bill by approximately 12%. While you are away from home, set...

How To Prepare For An OSHSA Audit

OSHA audits are not something you usually plan for. Often, an OSHA inspector simply shows up at your firm to conduct an inspection. There are a number of things you can do to reduce your stress and to ensure your audit goes smoothly. It is always best to think about how your facility would respond to OSHA knocking at the door before it happens. Remember...

“My Business Does Not Need Business Insurance” – Think Again After You Read This

If you own or operate a business, commercial insurance needs to be part of your business plan.  If not properly insured, your business most likely will not withstand the effects of a common loss.  Business insurance, or commercial insurance, is designed to protect your business from accidents and loss. Key Business Coverage for Your Business Needs Business Interruption Insurance covers the loss of income that...

5 Behaviors That Can Raise Your Life Insurance Premiums

Your hobbies, lifestyle, and overall health impact how much you pay for life insurance. For example, if you have decided to take up scuba diving, mountain climbing, rock climbing, BASE jumping, or skydiving, these activities will affect the cost of your policy. Essentially, your life insurance policy is a legal contract between you and the company that issues it. These companies evaluate all risks associated...