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This information was intended to be for Labor Day,  September 2018, and then guess what happened?  Hurricane Florence hit North Carolina and South Carolina with tremendous flooding.  Estimated Damages from Florence are  $45 billion.  READ MORE >>

You’ve likely heard the saying that your business is only as good as the people working there. Professional agencies know that assembling the right team helps keep the business trustworthy.  There are benefits to keeping only the best workplace environment and employees. READ MORE >>

You’re an insurance agent, so you know how important it is for people to have proper coverage. But, you’re in the insurance business. You need coverage yourself. Insurance agencies strive to run trustworthy businesses in their communities. Having insurance protections should be a no-brainer. READ MORE >>

As a business owner, your goal is to provide a service and receive payment for it. However, there are instances in which you may be unable to make a full claim for the costs you’ve incurred due to factors out of your control. In some cases, you may provide thousands of dollars’ worth of service only to find that you cannot charge anyone for those fees. READ MORE >>

As an insurance agent, you understand the risks of running a business. And you use this information to help sell policies to help clients protect their own business endeavors. But have you applied that knowledge to your own agency? Because your agency offers financial advice to clients, you’re put in a position of responsibility. READ MORE >>

Errors and omissions (E&O) insurance is a type of business insurance that helps protect individuals and businesses that provide professional knowledge and services. And as we all know, people at all levels of a business are capable of mistakes or miscommunications. READ MORE >>

If your business provides advice or a service to clients, then you know how easy it can be for a disagreement to emerge between the two parties. Perhaps your staff accidentally makes a mistake that leads to a client’s financial loss. Or maybe there’s a miscommunication that skews a client’s expectations of the work that is actually being done. READ MORE >>

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