What to do with my business when I want to retire

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When you ask business owners about their retirement plans, many answer, “I’m going to sell the business.” But without a plan in place, the chance of transitioning the business to a new owner who shares similar values and is willing to pay a fair price greatly diminishes. You owe it to yourself and your employees to plan for how your business will continue once you retire, and life insurance can help.


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Consumer alert: Check your circuit breaker

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Millions of Americans may be in danger from defective electrical equipment in their homes, yet may not be aware of the risk. If you reside in a home with electrical circuit breakers and panels installed in the mid-1950s through the early 1980s, have your equipment inspected and replaced, if necessary.


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Protect your property against wildfire

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Dry weather and drought may be of particular concern this year. El Nino weather conditions provide relief to some areas, but tend to cause worsening drought conditions through much of the West and Northwest. Now is the perfect time for residents and businesses in woodland, brush-filled or remote areas to take precautions and protect your property against wildfire.


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