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Is this your first time renting a home? Congratulations! This is an exciting time! Even so, you might not know some of the technicalities of signing and honoring a lease. First-time renters might not realize that there are laws that govern how they have to occupy a rental.  Nevertheless, renters have rights, too. READ MORE >>

As you’ve gotten older, your home has become one of your most valuable possessions. And, you likely realize how vulnerable the home is to various hazards. You’ve worked hard to keep it safe. But what if something happens that’s beyond your control?  READ MORE >>

Families with a teen driver should add that new driver to their auto insurance policy right away. Learning drivers should have coverage through a parents’ or a standalone insurance plan. This will help to protect the teen and parents from loss if the driver is in an accident. READ MORE >>

Buying a car for the first time might seem daunting. You have to consider financing, maintenance, budgets and insurance. However, with research in hand, you can keep your vehicle protected. Keep these tips in mind as you prepare for a new set of wheels. 1. Have a Budget in Mind READ MORE >>

If you’ve lived in your home for some years, you and your family likely have become accustomed to your lifestyle. Nonetheless, even if you feel secure, your risks are always changing. Your wealth may increase, you may accumulate more possessions and these may grow in value. READ MORE >>

Every business needs business insurance that protects it from liability costs. The coverage needed protects a business against incidents such as slips & falls, as well as third-party property damage. You likely have protection for these and similar risks when you have liability insurance. READ MORE >>

Earthquakes may strike any location without warning. Even in areas without high quake risks like Virginia, the threat still exists. What many people do not realize, however, is that earthquakes often don’t come and go. They may trigger other hazards that lead to extensive property damage. READ MORE >>

Even with the savings of health insurance, many policyholders still want to save money for their medical needs. Some insurance customers can put money away using a Health Savings Account (HSA). What are HSAs? Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) evolved out of the idea for health insurance policyholders to set away money with tax-deferred status. READ MORE >>

If you begin to operate a new type of vehicle, you likely have to learn a new set of skills to safely drive. To an extent, you are a new driver. Even if you have years of experience driving a car, you’ll still be a novice if you decide to learn to ride a motorcycle. READ MORE >>

When you’re at home this summer, you want to be comfortable and escape the heat. That’s why you’re going to make significant use of your HVAC (heating, ventilation, air conditioning) system. Using your HVAC system in a rented home means that you assume certain usage risks. READ MORE >>

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