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Dorian Is Headed Our Way…Is Florida Ready?

Tropical storm Dorian is just a few mph away from being upgraded to a hurricane, and experts expect it to strengthen over the weekend and hit Florida sometime on Monday as a potential Category 3 storm. While it might not be classified as another Irma, none of us have forgotten the blow received by Polk […]

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Work at Home? Here’s What You Need to Know

In the current job market, working from home, or “teleworking” as it’s best-known, is becoming increasingly popular. After all, what’s not to love? It’s less overhead operating costs for the business owner to pick up, traffic and commute time becomes a non-existent issue, and employees can enjoy a more flexible schedule and work environment which […]

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Hump Day How-To: Filing a Claim with Your Homeowner’s Insurance

We’ve made it to Wednesday, and with it being the first week of school here in Polk County, that’s an accomplishment! We like offering our readers a wide variety of content here on our blog, from informative posts about types of coverage, common issues clients face, and even helpful how-to guides about the insurance industry. […]

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Ready, Set, Launch: Sending Your Student into The World of College

Students all over Polk County are gearing up for a new school year, and while the adjustment from lazy summer days to the structured schedule of classes and homework is hard no matter the grade, for those heading off into their first year of college, the switch can be difficult to navigate. Students at this […]

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Protecting Our Teachers, One Policy at A Time

Teachers do a lot for their students, often behind the scenes. They dedicate countless hours and personal resources into their classrooms, doing their best to ensure that their students not only master the content required, but also leave their class at the end of the year with a renewed love of learning and thirst for […]

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Spend More Time on What Matters…and Let Us Spend Time Protecting It

With summer quickly drawing to a close, and a new school year looming on the horizon, your to-do list can seem a mile long with shopping lists, orientations, or even moving your kids back to college. If you’re like most parents, there’s also a nagging sense of guilt that comes along with that to-do list, […]

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Investing in Your Home: Does Landscaping Matter?

No matter how many times you go through the process of buying a home, keeping up with market values, fluctuating rates, and timing the buying of property to maximize your budget are all vital to putting yourself in the best possible situation. In that same way, keeping your home value up is important to many […]

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Do You Invest in Your City? How Your Support Makes a Difference

When you read the above title, you might automatically jump to a financial mindset..and then question what it means to “invest” in a city. However, we aren’t actually referring to money at all. Rather, we are referring to investing your time and energy in your community, and supporting efforts that make up the heart of […]

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Ready, Aim, Fireworks! Safety Tips for 4th of July Celebrations

We’ve almost made it to Independence Day, and we’re sure your celebrations will include plenty of good food, time with friends, and quite possibly, fireworks. Fireworks are a traditional way to recognize the 4th, and while very entertaining, they can also be dangerous for those who fail to follow basic safety protocols or those who […]

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Set Up for Success: Insurance Tips for Your Planner/Calendar

Planners have been part of society for years, and whether you still prefer the old pen-and-paper calendar planner or have a high-tech digital planner and calendar within your phone or on your computer, the need to be organized, save dates, and have a visible layout of your year/week/month is important to most people. While birthdays […]

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