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Is Coffee Good Or Bad For Your Health?

A cup of coffee in the morning is a long-established ritual for many of us in America. According to Gallup News, nearly two-thirds of all adults in the U.S. drink at least one cup of coffee a day. Average daily consumption is 2.7 cups, a statistic that has not changed

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Can I Lower My Life Insurance Premiums?

A life insurance policy can give you peace of mind knowing that your family will be provided for if anything should happen to you. Unfortunately, many people put off this critical task, in many cases due to concerns about cost. A major factor affecting your premiums is the rating the

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Your Guide to Medigap and Other Medicare Supplement Plans

Your Guide to Medigap and Other Medicare Supplement Plans

Medigap is Medicare supplemental insurance. Private insurance companies sell these policies. They are designed to help cover the gaps in healthcare costs with original Medicare, such as deductibles, co-payments, and co-insurance. It can also help with services Medicare does not cover, including travel outside the U.S. Why You Might Need

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workers comp

How To Control Workers’ Compensation Costs

Workers’ compensation has become a major contributing factor to the cost of business insurance. Premiums are high for many types of businesses, and the additional costs associated with employee injuries can be staggering. However, business owners are not as helpless as they may feel in controlling the cost of workers’

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Home Insurance

Save Money During The Hot Summer Months

We all want to save money on home expenses and have more to spend on the finer things in life. When the seasons change, so do the money-saving strategies. The following are some tips on how to save money during the hot summer months. Replace AC Filters Regularly Filters for

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Latest from Business Insurance

workers comp

How To Control Workers’ Compensation Costs

Workers’ compensation has become a major contributing factor to the cost of business insurance. Premiums are high for many types of businesses, and the additional costs associated with employee injuries can be staggering. However, business owners are not as helpless as they may feel in controlling the cost of workers’

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Latest from Life Insurance

woman walking on a treadmill

Can I Lower My Life Insurance Premiums?

A life insurance policy can give you peace of mind knowing that your family will be provided for if anything should happen to you. Unfortunately, many people put off this critical task, in many cases due to concerns about cost. A major factor affecting your premiums is the rating the

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Latest from Health Insurance

Two cups of hot coffee

Is Coffee Good Or Bad For Your Health?

A cup of coffee in the morning is a long-established ritual for many of us in America. According to Gallup News, nearly two-thirds of all adults in the U.S. drink at least one cup of coffee a day. Average daily consumption is 2.7 cups, a statistic that has not changed

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Latest from Group Benefits

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Am I Too Old To Start A 401(k)?

There is no maximum age for participation in a 401(k) plan. As long as you are still working, you are never too old to contribute. If your employer offers group benefits that include a 401(k), you have an excellent way to save for retirement. No matter your age, if you

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Latest from Medicare

Your Guide to Medigap and Other Medicare Supplement Plans

Your Guide to Medigap and Other Medicare Supplement Plans

Medigap is Medicare supplemental insurance. Private insurance companies sell these policies. They are designed to help cover the gaps in healthcare costs with original Medicare, such as deductibles, co-payments, and co-insurance. It can also help with services Medicare does not cover, including travel outside the U.S. Why You Might Need

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Qualifying For Medicare Before Age 65

When you turn 65, you automatically become eligible for Medicare if you qualify for Social Security benefits or are a citizen or permanent resident living in the U.S. Certain people under the age of 65 may also be eligible for Medicare due to disability. What Qualifies a Person Under Age

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Commercial Auto Insurance

Commercial Auto Insurance: What Is The Best Coverage?

Your company has specific needs for commercial auto insurance coverage. How much coverage should you have in place for liability, comprehensive coverage, collision coverage, and medical payments? Your company may rent certain vehicles from time to time, or you may have employees who use their personal cars or trucks for

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