11 Ways to Keep Your Identity Safe this Tax Season

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HELPFUL INFORMATION FROM OUR PARTNERS AT AUTO-OWNERS INSURANCE – What Cybercriminals Don’t Want You to Know Thieves are working extra hard this tax season to steal your information and gain access to your money. These cybercriminals use email and phone scams to trick taxpayers into revealing valuable information. In a tax tip article, “Don’t take

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Parking Lot Wars

Posted in: Auto Insurance, Facts & Tips, What’s New

Now that we’re firmly in the holiday season, it seems that everyone is out shopping for those deals and must-have presents.  This means that parking lots are going to see a lot more action this month – and a lot more accidents.  Parking lots have some unique features that may affect how fault is assigned

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Recycling During the Holidays

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HELPFUL TIPS FROM OUR PARTNERS AT FOREMOST Did you know that Americans produce more trash during the holidays than any other time of year? 25% more, to be exact.¹

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FALL SAFETY FOR YOUR PETS

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From household poisons to cold weather hazards, there are so many important safety issues to consider for your pet during the fall. Follow these tips from our partners at Foremost to make sure your furry friends stay healthy and safe!

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Eight Tips for Being the Best Landlord

Posted in: Commercial Insurance, Community, Facts & Tips, What’s New

HELPFUL INFORMATION FROM OUR PARTNERS AT FOREMOST INSURANCE The Foremost Blog There is a common misconception that being a landlord is a great, easy way to make some money, but that is often not the case. Renting out a property can be a time-consuming and energy-draining task, but it has its’ perks.

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What Do You Know About Tree Maintenance?

Posted in: Community, Facts & Tips, What’s New

It’s summer and despite the heat, Mid-Missouri yards are lush and growing.  As part of the upkeep of your yard you may be thinking about trimming some trees this season, whether you’re protecting your home from future damage or you have left-over damage from a winter or spring storm.  Did you know that well maintained

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