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Liability Considerations During a Hurricane

So, your neighbor has a big beautiful poinciana. Its branches hang over where you park your car – it’s nice to have the shade in the summer, but it drives you nuts when it drops all those tiny leaves every year. Still, your neighbors take care of it, trim it back when it needs it, and it’s pretty when it blooms. You tolerate it. And then, in the next hurricane, a limb breaks off the tree and smashes onto your…


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Hurricane Season: What You Should Know About Your Insurance Policy

When was the last time you read your home insurance policy wording? Not the schedules, which is just the listing of your Sums Insured and excesses, but the actual full policy? Be honest, I’m not keeping score. But if you…


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Protect Yourself from Internet-Based Risk with Cyber Liability Insurance

Every business will experience an increase in Cyber-attacks as fraudsters take advantage of vulnerabilities in our new working environment. With many employees now working remotely, heightened vigilance is required due to increased levels of phishing and hacking attempts. Cyber-attacks are…


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Your Personal Net Worth Statement

In order to plan for your future, it is important to know exactly where you are in life today! Your finances are no different. Have you ever taken the time to determine exactly how much you are financially worth? Are…


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What to Consider Before Retiring Overseas

When people think about retirement, it does not always mean retiring in the place where they grew up in or the city they raised their family in. It can often be a brand new location to start their retirement years,…

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Are You a Saver or a Spender?

In most families there are two types of people – the savers and the spenders. Statistics suggest that many couples argue or even divorce over money issues, and this is predominately due to either not making enough money or spending…