Advanced Vehicle Technology

Posted in: Auto Insurance, What’s New

ADAS The auto industry has advanced their safety technology quite a bit in the last few years.  You can now buy vehicles with the following options: These safety features can reduce the number of vehicle accidents, as well as the damage and injuries that result.  The anti-theft features make it harder for someone to steal

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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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Our Top 10 Summer Safety Tips for Dogs

Posted in: What’s New

HELPFUL INFORMATION FROM OUR PARTNERS AT FOREMOST INSURANCE PROVIDED BY PET HEALTH NETWORK Help your pooch make the most out of summer Dog Checkups & Preventive Care Our pets love summer just as much as we do! For many, it’s the best time of year to be out, about, and enjoying all that the season

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Posted in: Facts & Tips, What’s New

HELPFUL INFORMATION FROM OUR PARTNERS AT FOREMOST INSURANCE PROVIDED BY If you’re a parent, it’s hard to keep an eye on what your teens do 24/7, including what they do on social media. Make sure they aren’t putting their safety at risk by going over this helpful guide!

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What Does Your Long-Term Future Look Like?

Posted in: Long Term Care Insurance, Resources, What’s New

There are approximately 76 million baby boomers currently living in our country.  Studies show that 52-70% of them will require long-term medical care due to a chronic illness, injury, disability, or age-related issues. Medicare and most private health plans do not pay for a majority of the services provided in long-term care.  If you have assets to protect and want to manage your options for your own care, you...

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