Five ways your insurance agent can help in the home-buying process

  Each year, millions of people buy homes. Most know that a realtor and mortgage lender can be a huge help in the process. A little-known secret though, is that an independent agent can be equally valuable in the home-buying process – providing critical information that can help you with your home-buying decisions. Here’s how your independent insurance agent can be

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5 Essential Steps for Winterizing Your Property

Cold weather and a drop in temperature can cause costly claims to occur on your premises. Follow these steps to make sure your vacant or occupied property is ready to withstand all the hazards that the winter season brings. Protect Pipes (If Vacant): One cold snap can cause pipes to freeze and burst, resulting in extensive and costly water damage.

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Health Plans Must Provide Price Comparison Tool for 2023

Beginning in 2023, group health plans and health insurance issuers must make an internet-based price comparison tool available to participants, beneficiaries, and enrollees. The purpose of this tool is to provide consumers with real-time estimates of their cost-sharing liability from different providers for covered items and services, including prescription drugs, so they can shop and compare prices before receiving care.

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5 Strategies for Reducing Time-to-Hire

In today’s competitive and fast-moving employment landscape, employers may struggle with attraction and retention. In fact, according to Zywave’s 2022 Attraction and Retention Benchmarking Overview, 75% of employers consider this a top-five business challenge. Additionally, employers cite meeting operational demands to maintain a higher number of employees and designating sufficient resources to address talent needs (e.g., hiring more recruiters or

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Home Matters- Keep Mold Out of Your Home

Molds are organisms that break down animal matter and dead plants. Though most molds grow outdoors, they can travel inside by way of open windows and doors, air conditioning systems, and on pets, clothing, and shoes. Once inside your home, mold needs a moist food source, such as lint, ceiling tiles, or wallpaper, to grow. Mold not only damages your

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