As a business owner, there may be times when you need to take out a surety bond. A surety bond is a contract that ensures you and the person for whom you are doing work both meet the conditions of a contract. Essentially, it is a type of insurance policy. If you don't meet the obligations of the contract, the bond will pay the other party who has signed the contract. [Read More]
Six Mistakes That Could Make A Motorcycle Insurance Claim Necessary
Motorcycle insurance is a necessity, if you're an avid rider. However, you're inevitably going to want to avoid having to file claims to stay safe and to make it more convenient to enjoy your motorcycle. By avoiding certain riding mistakes, you can minimize the chances that you'll go through an accident that requires filing an insurance claim. The following are six mistakes to avoid that could prevent you from dealing with a motorcycle insurance agency and making an insurance claim necessary: [Read More]
How To Receive A Gifted Car From Your Grandparent
A grandparent giving you a gift of a vehicle can come at a much needed time. Not having to pay for a car note will leave more income free to use for housing and other needs or savings. A car with no strings attached can help you on the path to becoming financially stable by providing transportation to and from work. Receiving a car as a gift is under a different class than purchasing the car from a dealer or a private seller. [Read More]
When Should Your Business Move Up To A Better Commercial Insurance Policy?
More often than not business owners think about their personal or home insurance policy, but may fail to pay the same diligent attention to their business insurance. As a business owner it falls squarely on your shoulders to determine if your deductibles need to be raised or reduced. Failure to do this for business owners is not from a point of neglect but really more from a point of being overrun by many issues. [Read More]