Business Insurance: Where to Cut Costs in a Crisis (and where NOT to)

30 Mar

Business Insurance: Where to Cut Costs in a Crisis (and where NOT to)

It’s been a crazy/scary/sad/confusing/you-name-it past several weeks for businesses across Massachusetts, the country, and the world. Some of you may have limited operations; some of you may be shut down; some of you may still be operational but are having a hard time making sales because nobody is buying anything right now. We’re going through […]

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26 Mar

5 Next Steps if Your Business is Closed from COVID-19

Effective March 24th at noon, Governor Baker of Massachusetts mandated that all non-essential businesses shut down until April 7th. As a business owner, it was the moment you’ve been fearing ever since you first heard the word “coronavirus.” It also means that today is “Day 1” of a new normal. And it’s probably a normal […]

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26 Mar

Everything You Need to Know About Condo Insurance

If you live in a condo, you may be aware that your home is covered under your condo association’s HOA policy. But did you know this policy likely only covers your condo’s building, grounds, and external features; nothing inside? If there were an incident such as a fire, storm, or theft, your possessions would not […]

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24 Mar

Do I Need Workers’ Comp if I am a Remote Worker, Independent Contractor, or Sole Proprietor?

In this digital age, the standard 9 to 5 job at the office isn’t always the norm anymore. Remote workers, independent contractors, and other unconventional work roles are on the rise, which means atypical work-related accidents and insurance situations are also surging.  In fact, this is something we’ve all seen recently with the COVID-19 outbreak. […]

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20 Mar

How to Protect Yourself from COVID-19 Cyber Risks

The recent COVID-19 outbreak is something we never expected and we are all trying to get used to a new way of life to avoid the spread and keep each other safe. For many of us, this has been a time to come together (even while socially isolated). People are uniting around a cause and […]

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14 Jan

Should I Exclude My Child from Auto Insurance While They’re Away at School?

Your child is going off to college. I know your mind is probably racing with all sorts of thoughts and decisions about your evolving family and household. What will your new schedule look like? How much less food do you need to buy each week? What exactly should you do with the newly empty bedroom? […]

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10 Jan

Term vs. Permanent Life Insurance: Which is Better for Me?

We understand that nobody wants to have to use life insurance, so it goes without saying that it isn’t exactly the most exciting product to shop for.  Although it may not be as exciting as splurging on a new car or a vacation, purchasing life insurance is one of the most important parts of planning […]

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Do I Need Flood Insurance Even if I'm Not in a Flood Zone?

2 Apr

Do I Need Flood Insurance Even if I’m Not in a Flood Zone?

It’s officially time for those April showers! It’s not just a cliche: spring is wet — and if you are one of the unlucky ones who will experience flooding in the next several weeks, you may be dealing with a large expense if you aren’t properly insured. If you’re not in a “flood zone,” you […]

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