3 misconceptions about flood insurance
In Massachusetts, we enjoy the classic rock hit “Dirty Water,” especially during baseball season in the summer. But it’s a whole different story when that dirty water invades your home.
According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), flooding is the most common natural disaster in the United States, affecting every region and state. Yet there are many misconceptions about flood insurance, and you might mistakenly believe your home is covered when it’s not.
Misconception:… Continue reading →
If you watch any TV these days, it’s likely you’ve seen the commercials: all matter of wildlife, from ducks to geckos, pigeons to Snoopy, trying to sell you insurance from major national brands. They are often good for a chuckle, and lead you to believe that shopping for insurance is fun and simple––a matter of checking a few boxes on an online form. But if you really think about what’s at stake, isn’t it worth spending a little time with… Continue reading →
3 ways to recognize the importance of this oft-overlooked essential
National Insurance Awareness Day falls on Wednesday, June 28. No fireworks. No cookouts. No decorations. Let’s face it, thinking about insurance is not fun. But still, taking a few minutes to recognize this day could have a tremendous impact on your life, and the lives of your family members.
Everyone needs insurance, whether by law (think auto insurance) or by situation (no one wants to leave their family destitute). Regardless… Continue reading →
And so does your family’s future
Alan Lakein, author of How to Get Control of Your Time and Your Life, once said: “Failing to plan is planning to fail.” And when it comes to protecting your family’s future, that statement has never been more true.
There are several steps you can take now to protect your family later. Life insurance is one of them.
Do you need life insurance? How much?
To determine if you need life insurance, ask… Continue reading →
By: John E. Dowd, Jr.
Today our entire lives are bundled, we bundle our cable, internet, and phone, and just like shopping at Costco the idea of ordering in bulk or paying for multiple services through one provider brings the price down. The same can be said for insurance policies. Most Americans start driving under their parents insurance and although some have made changes along the way, most drivers do not make mindful efforts to switch insurance policies. As a… Continue reading →