Archives for 2018

How to Get 4 Common Restaurant Risks Covered

The success of your restaurant depends on hard work and ingenuity. Restaurant insurance helps protect the effort and money you’ve invested in your business if there ever were a disaster. But because restaurants are so diverse, you should consider a variety of optional coverages too. These extras are purchased and added to your business insurance policy as endorsements. Here’s how to cover four common restaurant... Read Article

Retailers: How to Get 4 Common Business Risks Covered

The success of your business depends on hard work and ingenuity. Retail insurance helps protect the effort and money you’ve invested in your business if there ever were a disaster. But because businesses are so diverse, you should consider a variety of optional coverages too. These extras are purchased and added to your business insurance policy as endorsements. Here’s how to cover four common retail... Read Article

12 Motorcycle Rallies to Check Out This Summer

The arrival of summer signals another season altogether: motorcycle season. If you haven’t done so already, now is the perfect opportunity to bring your bike out of the back of the garage. (Or wherever you had it stored to protect it from the winter weather). In addition to your usual rides, there are plenty of events for you and your two-wheeled baby to enjoy. Here are 12... Read Article

Five Tips for Small Businesses

Each year, Small Business Week is recognized the last week in April. It’s a great time to revisit your business goals you made at the beginning of the year and take a look at what’s working and what you can tweak. Here are five tips to keep in mind as a small business owner. Focus on your goals. It’s ok to re-evaluate your business goals... Read Article

In the first place: Living large in a starter house

Getting into the housing game for the first time? The kind of house you’re looking at might be what your real estate agent calls a starter house. What that starter house looks like will depend on your income, but in general, it’s the house you can afford as a first-time homebuyer, which typically means a smaller house, something on the scale of 1,000 to 1,800 square... Read Article