Why Business Owners Should Offer Employee Benefits

Posted on: 22 June 2021

In a perfect world, every company that has employees would offer an attractive employee benefit plan. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Depending on where a person works, they may have an awesome benefit package, a mediocre benefit package that does not meet all their needs, or no benefit package at all. What some employers and business owners do not realize is that employee benefits are actually just as beneficial to the company as they are to the employees.
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The Fundamentals Of Commercial Truck Insurance Coverage

Posted on: 18 May 2021

If you have recently decided to become an owner-operator and drive your truck independently instead of working for a commercial carrier, one of the things you'll have to do is secure commercial truck insurance. In fact, most states require that you carry this coverage and, if your truck is still financed, your lender likely will as well. Understanding the key components of commercial truck insurance will help you get the coverage that you need.
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Top Reasons You Should Get Auto Insurance Now

Posted on: 15 April 2021

Imagine getting pulled over when you don't have car insurance. What do you think will happen to you next? Various things might happen. Foremost, your license can be suspended. Secondly, you can be given a ticket and fined. And lastly, your car may be impounded. Driving without insurance can lead to potential legal implications, which depend on the state you live in. If you don't want to be on the wrong side of the law, it would be best to buy auto insurance.
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3 Reasons To Add Sewer Line Coverage To Your Home Insurance Policy

Posted on: 11 March 2021

Your home has a plumbing system that allows you to use water in all your plumbing fixtures. All the water you use exits the house through the main sewer line. It then goes to your septic tank or a city sewer system. If anything happens to your main sewer line, you could end up with a mess in your house. As a result, many insurance agents suggest adding sewer line coverage to a home insurance policy.
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