As an insurance agency owner, there are some phrases that I hear alot that make me cringe. “Give me an apples to apples quote”. “We’re going to give you an apples to bananas quote here. Because your apple might suck. Sorry.” “I’m on a fixed income.” “Show me someone who isn’t. The price of your […]
Everyone has their own reasons for buying life insurance such as to pay off your debts, to make sure your family doesn’t have to do a Go-Fund me for your funeral, to make sure your home gets paid off if you die, to send your kids to college, to make sure someone will take care of your cat if you die (yes, someone has done this!), to make sure your husband doesn’t buy a mail order bride the first year you are gone, to fund a charity, the possibilities are limitless. For me- it was because it makes me feel like a bada$$ warrior of a mother to know that I can and will do whatever it takes to protect my children- even after I die.
One of my favorite parts of being “my own boss” is that I have a chance to get to know people and organizations in the community that I might not otherwise have gotten to know. Sometimes, our agency is even fortunate enough to be able to raise money for, spread awareness about, donate to, or […]
One of my favorite parts of being “my own boss” is that I have a chance to get to know people and organizations in the community that I might not otherwise have gotten to know…
These claims generally happen one of three ways:
Your pet bites a human.
Your pet injures someone else’s pet.
Your pet injures another human- by knocking them down. Typically, this is a child, a bicyclist, an elderly person, or someone at a dog park who had their back turned to a wild, running pack of dogs.
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