With the arrival of spring comes the urge to clear out clutter, clean the windows and dust off the cobwebs of every corner of your home. This would also be a great opportunity to dust off your life insurance policies to make sure you have adequate coverage at the most competitive rates. Read More
When you hear machinery and equipment discussed as an available insurance coverage, you may envision huge mechanical or electrical apparatus associated with large-scale operations or massive production floors.
You may conclude that your family-run flower shop or small- to medium-sized business doesn’t need this type of coverage. Read More
The insurance industry is growing and has a high need for talented professionals with a variety of training and skills. Recruiters are asking job seekers “where do you fit in?” In this series, Cincinnati Insurance associates describe their own career journeys.
Most college graduates look for positions in the field that they studied. As a criminal justice major, I spent two years working at a gym while searching for jobs in my field. I didn’t want to be a police officer, and that appeared to be the only hiring position. My parents didn’t hide their displeasure with my career choices thus far and made it very clear that they wanted me to get a “real” job. It hadn’t occurred to me to venture outside of my concentration. Read More
While stuck indoors this winter, did you look around and plan any home projects? Whether you do it yourself or hire a contractor, remember to update your homeowner insurance as you increase your home’s value.
The Coverage A limit on your homeowner policy is the amount of insurance you have to reconstruct your home in the event of a total loss. All costs associated with replacing or rebuilding your home are considered when developing this Coverage A limit. When you make changes that increase the value of your home, you may also need to increase the coverage limit.