Bridging Your Unemployment: Make the Most of Your Job Search

Fall is here, and the time of year when festivities and fun begin is upon us. Halloween is right around the corner, closely followed by Thanksgiving and then, suddenly, it’s Christmas! If you are unemployed though, you might be wondering “what’s next?” for you and your family. This time of year can be hard if […]

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Using Your Coverage: Filing An Insurance Claim After Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma is now a memory, but evidence of her visit to Florida is still very much apparent. The entire greater Polk County area suffered extensive damage, and homes and businesses throughout the central portion of our state were damaged, or destroyed, by fierce winds and heavy rains. Flooding, downed trees, and flying debris added […]

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Hurricane Preparation for Central Florida

Hurricane preparation is a popular topic here in Central Florida, but for folks in Polk County, it can look very different than that of our neighbors on the east and west coasts of the state. As Hurricane Irma presses down on the islands south of Florida, we are gearing up for a possible hit from […]

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Insuring Your College Student: What You Need to Know

School is wrapping up here in Polk County, but for families with high school seniors, the craziness of having a rising college freshman is just beginning.  After the graduation parties and senior nights have come to a close, it’s time to think about extra-long sheets for those dorm-room beds, how many ways you can make […]

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Insure the “What-Ifs”: Renters Insurance Offers Peace of Mind

Insurance policies come in a variety of types and sizes, and while many of them are well-known (i.e., homeowners, health, life, auto), other types aren’t totally understood, and that could be a costly oversight on your part.  One such policy is renters insurance.  Renters insurance operates much like a homeowners policy, except it’s for renters. […]

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Spend a Little, Make (or Lose!) A Lot: How Inadequate Coverage Can Affect Your Rental

Here in Florida, people are jumping on the vacation rental trend quickly, and we can understand why!  After all, who wouldn’t want to make some extra income by using a spare room, over-garage space, or even their entire home (if they have more than one residence) to make money off of the influx of vacationers […]

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Saying “I Do” to Coverage: Coverage for Your Engagement Ring (And Beyond)

Springtime is here in Central Florida, and we know that vacationers will be flooding our beautiful beaches and gardens to enjoy our plentiful sunshine and almost tropical temperatures.  A select few of these vacationers though are coming to the Sunshine State for one of life’s biggest moments: their engagement.  Individuals who plan to pop the […]

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Hitting the Water: Insure Your Boat Before It’s Too Late

As the weather warms here in Central Florida, many residents are pulling their boats out and shining them up for the spring and summer months.  When the temperatures soar, there’s no better place than the water, and a boat is one of the best ways to enjoy our numerous lakes and beautiful beaches!  However, if […]

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Home Is Where Your Heart (and Wallet) Is

Home might be “where your heart is”, but it’s also where a significant amount of your income is tied up.  Failing to protect it not only means you are putting the roof over your head at risk, but you could also be putting your family, your possessions, and your financial stability at risk as well. […]

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Slipped Through The Cracks: 4 of The Most Forgotten Items on People’s Insurance Plans

When formulating a plan for insurance coverage, many policies offer a “general” type of coverage, meaning that they cover a broad category of items and your individual possessions will likely fit into those.  However, some policies require itemized lists of your possessions to better assess your coverage needs, and for certain items, separate insurance policies […]

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