Insurance Pitfalls

It is easy to assume that since you have a homeowners (or renters policy) and auto policy that you would be insured for anything that could happen.  That might not be the case.  Here are some insurance pitfalls to watch … Read more

2019 Tax Season Changes

It’s that time of the year again – tax season!  Here are a few changes that you may or may not be aware of for 2019 tax returns.  All Forms noted below can be viewed at the IRS website (IRS.gov). … Read more

Avoid Winter Perils

Snow-covered and slippery sidewalks and driveways aren’t the only headaches we face each winter. Unfortunately, many homeowners learn too late about the damage ice dams and bursting pipes can cause to ceilings, walls, floors, and furniture. Fortunately, you can avoid … Read more

What if you get audited?

Now that most tax returns have been filed for the 2018 tax year, “audit” is a word that can strike fear into the hearts of taxpayers. However, the chances of an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) audit aren’t that high.  Out … Read more

Inland Flood & Cyber Protection

The insurance industry is very good at developing new products to meet the demands of the consumer. Recent developments include Equipment Breakdown, Service Line Protection, Inland Flood, and Cyber Protection. This month I will provide details on the Inland Flood and Cyber … Read more

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