Archives for September 2013

Preparing for the Fall & Winter Months

For many of us, our homes are one of our most important assets. A home serves as a long-term investment, but is also the place that provides shelter for your family. It is important to take good care of your home. Here are a few tips to prepare for the fall and winter months that Read More

Teen Drivers — Please Buckle Up & Drive Safely

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death and injury for U.S. teens. According to a 2010 study by the CDC, over 281,000 teenagers were treated and released from emergency rooms for injuries suffered in motor-vehicle crashes. Parents of teens can do two things to help protect their teenage drivers: make sure they practice safe Read More

How Ready Are You and Your Family to Handle An Emergency?

Chances are you and your family may not be together when an emergency strikes. Planning in advance can help you determine how you will ensure everyone is safe, how and where you will reunite, and how this might change in different situations. October is Emergency Preparedness Month, so we’re sharing’s Family Communication Plan to help you Read More

What Is the Best Health Insurance Plan for You?

Performing a comprehensive health insurance comparison can be challenging and time consuming, especially since no two plans are alike. In other words, it is nearly impossible to compare “apples to apples.” The best health insurance is likely to be one that provides you and your family with the best regular health services, offers choice in Read More

How to Buy Health Insurance for Individuals and Families

If you are self-employed or you are not obtaining healthcare coverage through your employer, you need at least a basic health insurance plan to ensure that you are prepared for an unforeseen health condition or injury. A full-coverage health insurance plan may be more suitable for your needs if you have dependents, you are getting Read More