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Jul
15

Insuring Electric Vehicles: Addressing the Cost of Coverage With Your Clients

The sticker price of electric vehicles (EVs) may have put off consumers in the past, but with prices coming down, manufacturer incentives and potential EV tax credits, more Americans are looking into purchasing an EV. In fact, a recent poll […]

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Jun
30

6 Benefits Trends That Can Help Small Businesses Fill the Labor Shortage Gap

Last year, U.S. businesses added an unprecedented 3.8 million jobs. But however positive that may sound, workforce participation remains low with 2.8 million fewer Americans working today compared with February of 2020, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. For […]

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Jun
15

The Hard Insurance Market: Where the Industry Is Today, and Where It’s Headed

At the end of 2021, the insurance industry had high hopes for a soft or a more moderate market shift as we moved into the new year. However, key economic issues, including inflation, investment returns, class action lawsuits, COVID-19 variants, […]

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May
26

3 Reasons Why Successful Agents Maintain Ongoing Communications With Their Policyholders

A successful insurance agent knows that after a policy is written the work is far from over. Once new business is on the books, it’s important to ensure that it stays there come renewal time and, hopefully, for many years […]

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May
12

5 Ways Life Insurance Producers Can Help Prevent Policies From Lapsing

Selling life insurance is a rewarding experience. After all, you are helping people provide financial security for their loved ones after they’re gone. But did you know that nearly 99% of term life insurance policies never pay out on a […]

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Apr
28

Insurance and Off-Road Vehicles: What Your Clients Think They Know Can Hurt Them

Summertime is right around the corner, and for many of your clients, off-roading is part of the fun. But as they pull an all-terrain vehicle (ATV), dirt bike, golf cart, or dune buggy, etc., out of the garage and onto […]

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Apr
14

Summer Get-Togethers: How Exposed Are Your Clients to These 3 Risks?

After two years of pandemic-related restrictions, we are all long overdue for some serious fun this summer. But before the temperature warms up and prior to people start hosting family reunions, graduation parties, weddings and neighborhood get-togethers, consider reaching out […]

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Mar
31

Evolving With The Risks: How Insurers Are Adapting to Growing Cyber Threats

As cybersecurity risks intensify, insurance companies are doing their best to adapt. However, staying a step ahead of hackers is proving to be an ongoing and often uphill battle, creating issues for insureds, insurers and reinsurers. Here we’ll take a […]

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Mar
16

Mission Critical: Addressing Wildfire Risk Coverage With Your Homeowners Clients

Over the past five years, the wildfire season has been dreaded by those who live in fire prone areas. From the growing number of wildfire events to the increased severity in intensity and size, it’s clear that these climate-induced, apocalyptic […]

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Feb
28

5 Steps for Implementing a Successful Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Strategy

In part one of this article, we discussed the importance of business owners implementing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace. Here, in part two, we’ll focus on steps that your business clients can use to get started with […]

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