Preparing your car for college

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Having a car at college can give a student the freedom to come and go from work or to explore surrounding areas without depending on others. But having a car can also mean greater responsibility that parents and college students should discuss before heading out.


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Check coverage before loss of power, utilities

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Many of us can still remember the effects of Hurricane Ike in September 2008, when the storm caused damage across 11 states. Widespread winds with gusts to hurricane force caused one of the largest power outages in the history of the Midwest, with close to 4 million customers losing power.


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Waste hauling business requires
good insurance program

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Imagine an extra-heavy truck driving down the street. Like every other day, pedestrians are in the crosswalks, students await the school bus and parked cars line the curb. It’s not the pretty day the weather forecaster promised; instead, a heavy downpour clouds everyone’s vision. People run where they need to go; heads down, dodging puddles and paying little attention to their surroundings. This doesn’t really seem to be the place for that extra-heavy truck.


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Remodeling? Keep rebuilding cost in mind

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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[.....]


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