Three Unique Types Of Personal Insurance You Should Consider

Posted on: 1 September 2015

Personal line insurance covers everything from car insurance to homeowner's insurance, and while you might have all of the more common types of personal lines, there are several others that you might not have considered. To prepare yourself for any and all of life's surprises, consider investing in these unique types of policies. Mortgage and Credit Disability Coverage Many people who purchase disability insurance invest in the type of policy that covers any loss of income you might experience from a long-term illness or disability.
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Business Safety And Security: 4 Signs You Need To Hire A Security Guard

Posted on: 21 August 2015

If you run a small business, then you know the importance of security. A well maintained staff and property security measures will help keep you, your business, your employees, and your products safe. If you have been experiencing issues with your security, it might be time to hire security guard services. So how do you know when you should hire a security guard? Here are four telltale signs: 1. A Rising Crime Rate
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How To Give Your Office A Professional Appeal

Posted on: 6 August 2015

When clients walk into your office, you want them to feel confident that your company is going to be professional and efficient in the things you do. Your office furniture and the way you style your community space can help convey this message. Here are ways you can give your office a more professional appeal. Leather furniture Leather furniture is not only classic and fits well with other decor, it also gives off an understated tone of professionalism and control.
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Maximizing Profit When Holding An Estate Auction

Posted on: 24 July 2015

If you have just had a loved one pass away, and you were named the beneficiary to their estate, you will need to go through their belongings to decide whether to keep them, pass them on to another family member, or sell them for a cash profit. When selling a large number of items after a person dies, many people opt to hold an estate auction. This allows potential customers to come into the home to look at belongings and then bid on them in an auction setting.
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