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Beginner’s Guide To Workers’ Comp Insurance

If you are an employee who has been injured on the job, you are most likely eligible to collect workers’ compensation benefits. The following questions and answers provide some basic information about the workers’ comp claims process, and the benefits you may be entitled to receive. Our friendly agent is also happy to help. What Types of Injuries Are Covered By Workers’ Comp Workers’ compensation...

Can I Have More Than One 401(k)?

It is possible to enroll in more than one 401(k) at a time. In fact, it is not uncommon to accumulate several over a lifetime. This can occur in various situations. Scenarios that Can Lead to More than One 401(k) You may have a 401(k) account from a previous employer and enroll in a second 401(k) plan when you start a new position. This process...

Do I Need Commercial Property Insurance If I Work From Home?

If you run a business from your home, your homeowners insurance may not provide all the protection you need. Some homeowners insurance companies have denied claims that they determined to be related to business rather than a legitimate homeowner claim. Consult with our agent on whether you need commercial property insurance in addition to your homeowners policy. What Does Commercial Property Insurance Cover? Commercial property...

What Happens To My HSA/FSA If I Leave My Job?

Many employers today are offering health savings accounts (HSAs) or flexible spending accounts (FSAs) to employees. Both types of plans allow for tax-free contributions to cover qualifying medical expenses, as detailed by the IRS. A critical difference between the two plans is you keep the funds in an HSA if you leave your job, but you lose the funds with an FSA. What Is A...

How Is Commercial Trucking Insurance Different From Standard Commercial Auto Insurance?

Commercial auto insurance provides coverage for the cars, vans, and trucks used in conducting business. It can be purchased to cover all types of vehicles, from standard passenger cars to larger commercial vehicles such as box trucks, work vans, and service utility trucks. Different businesses require different types of commercial auto insurance. Commercial trucking insurance is a type of commercial auto insurance designed to protect...