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Finding A Lost Life Insurance Policy

By Jim Schubert | Oct 12, 2010 | Comments Off on Finding A Lost Life Insurance Policy

October 12, 2010 | by Jim When my wife’s father died last year unexpectedly, one of the first things we did as a family was to begin searching for his Life Insurance policies. Since he had remarried later in life, he not only left behind a wife but 3 teenage children who depended solely on […]

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Is My House In A Flood Zone?

By Jim Schubert | Oct 7, 2010 | Comments Off on Is My House In A Flood Zone?
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Now would be a good time to find out if your house is in a flood zone and do a quick flood insurance check. With all the crazy weather the nation has experienced over the last couple of weeks (storms, flooding, tornadoes), it’s not a bad idea to know for sure if you need flood […]

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SSI Sends Troops Support…And Goodies.

By Jim Schubert | Aug 19, 2010 | Comments Off on SSI Sends Troops Support…And Goodies.
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Earlier this summer, SSI staff collected enough goodies to mail 15 care packages to soldiers serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Employees from our various offices chipped in to buy things like razors, toothbrushes, DVDs, Power Aid powder and Teddy Grahams.

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How Much Life Insurance Is Enough?

By Jim Schubert | Aug 19, 2010 | 0 Comments

According to many experts, the best way to decide how much insurance you need is by performing a “needs analysis”. This isn’t as complicated as it sounds and while it will take you longer than multiplying your salary by seven, it’ll give you a much more accurate result.     Step One: Short-term Expenses These […]

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Rental Car Insurance: To Buy Or Not To Buy?

By Jim Schubert | Aug 13, 2010 | Comments Off on Rental Car Insurance: To Buy Or Not To Buy?

Rental Car Insurance: To Buy Or Not To Buy? The age old question of whether to buy the rental car company’s extra insurance or not. It’s haunted man since the beginning of time. Whether you buy it or not, it’s wise to make certain you have enough coverage to pay for costly repairs if you should […]

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5 Stages of Hurricane Preparedness

By admin | Aug 13, 2010 | 0 Comments

Table of Contents 1. Before A Hurricane 2. During A Hurricane Watch 3. A Hurricane Warning 4. During The Hurricane Storm 5. The Aftermath What to Do If There is Damage to Your Home or Business The Homeowners Insurance You Need Hurricanes and tornadoes are powerful and frightening, but you don’t have to be completely […]

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The Importance of Business Interruption Coverage

By Jim Schubert | Aug 12, 2010 | Comments Off on The Importance of Business Interruption Coverage

The Importance of Business Interruption Coverage A Commercial Property policy will pay to repair or rebuild your building after a covered loss occurs, but how will you keep your business afloat while repairs are being made?  Rebuilding after a complete loss can take months.  That’s where Business Interruption coverage comes in. A Business Interruption policy […]

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Ten Ways To Cut the Cost of Your Homeowner’s Insurance

By admin | Jul 6, 2010 | Comments Off on Ten Ways To Cut the Cost of Your Homeowner’s Insurance

Have you noticed that the cost of your homeowner’s insurance coverage has increased significantly over the last several years? Here are ten ways to minimize the cost of your homeowner’s insurance.

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Summertime is Pool Season – Keep it Safe!

By admin | Jul 6, 2010 | Comments Off on Summertime is Pool Season – Keep it Safe!

Swimming is a favorite summertime activity all over the country. Unfortunately, tragedy can strike quickly and unexpectedly. Here are some things you might not know about pool safety.

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6 Tips For Grilling Safely

By admin | Jul 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

Americans enjoy more than three billion barbecues each year. But barbecuing can be dangerous, even deadly, if you are not careful. The following tips can make your grilling experience safer:

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