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COVID-19 caused 48% of Americans to cancel summer travel

A new survey from ValuePenguin also reveals that U.S. consumers lost an average of $854 in nonrefundable travel costs. [Article from Property Casualty 360] Summertime blues has taken on new meaning in 2020. The coronavirus has continued to impact lives and businesses around the globe. As we enter the summer months, many would-be travelers also are reeling canceled vacations. According to a ValuePenguin survey of...

Planning Your Driving Route For Maximum Efficiency

Whether you are taking a vacation road trip or commuting from home to work and back, it is smart to plan your route. Careful planning can help you minimize fuel costs and driving time and maximize enjoyment, safety, and efficiency. How To Find The Most Efficient Driving Route Avoid Left Turns The best route to travel is not always “as the crow flies,” or the...

How Big Should My Business Be To Offer Group Benefits?

If you want to source and retain top talent, an attractive employee group benefits package is a valuable asset. Even with a startup or a small company, it works to your advantage to offer as many group benefits as you can, as soon as you can. Start offering group benefits before it becomes difficult to attract and retain the best employees. What Group Benefits Should...

Key Steps to Help Your Business Succeed During COVID-19

We are proud to represent several great insurance carriers supporting our insureds with resources to safely move forward and operate their businesses. Travelers is just one of these terrific carrier partners who have delivered valuable information which we are passing along. REOPEN, REINVENT, & GROW Here's a valuable guide to re-opening your business from our partners at Travelers: www.travelers.com/resources/business/covid-19/reopening-guide Any questions you have we will...

Is My Small Business Big Enough For Key Person Insurance?

Any business, large or small, may need key person (key man) insurance. If you are starting with a small business, your focus is likely to be on pressing matters, such as getting your product or service out, hiring the right people, managing your expenses, and paying the bills. Buying key person insurance may not be the most urgent item on your agenda, but it can...