Month: November 2019

Mariners Insurance

Keeping Your Boat Protected: Why It’s Important

If you have a boat, it is important to treat it with the same precautions you would as a house. Learn more about why your boat needs its own level of protection in case of accidents, and why the average cost of boat insurance can vary.   Boat Insurance Protects Those Who Drive It   ….  Read More

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byrnes agency

Keeping Your Mobile Home Protected

Living in a mobile home can offer you a sense of community and simplicity that you don’t find in a regular home. However, it’s important to recognize that there are a number of risks that come with living in a mobile home. With the right coverage, you can stay safe in your living space and ….  Read More

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Moody Insurance

Coverage for the Biotech Industry

Certain industries can pose unique risks. When you work in a field related to biotech and life sciences, for example, you may be putting yourself in contact with hazardous chemicals and complex equipment at all times. To guarantee your safety, it is important to understand your options with bio insurance. The right policy can make ….  Read More

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Axis Insurance Services

3 Problems With HR Paperwork Errors

When employers are filing their tax documentation, it is estimated the federal government loses millions because of employee misclassification. The tax situation and insurance requirements will vary depending on the number of employees your company claims, and by inadvertently or purposefully labeling employees as independent contractors, your company can avoid certainly required coverages. However, when ….  Read More

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