Our Office will be Closed Memorial Day (5/29/2017)

Our Office will be Closed Memorial Day.

Our office will be closed on Monday, May 29, 2017 in observance of Memorial Day.

Congratulations Gift Card Winner!

Wendi Kelly!

Wendi just won a $50 gift card to Macy’s just by referring someone to our agency!

Want to win next time?

Tell your friends, family, colleagues, even the boss!

That’s all it takes.

Next Drawing: July 1st

$50 gift card to Bow Tie Cinemas!

When We’ll Draw

Keep your eyes on your email as we’ll announce the winner on the first in January, April, July & October.

How We’ll Know

Be sure to tell your family, friends and acquaintances to let us know who referred them. Every referral gives you one entry into the drawing.

The Cost of Raising a Child AKA Why You Need Life Insurance

By Maggie Leyes on Feb 08, 2017 05:01 pm

Each year the government (the USDA to be exact) publishes how much it costs to raise a child to 18. The number is staggering. It’s more money than most of us can imagine coming up with, which is why life insurance is so important. You can cover that sum—$233,610—for a modest monthly premium. A healthy 30-year-old, for example, can get $250,000 of term life insurance coverage for 20 years for about $13 a month. That is a small price to pay for both peace of mind, and having your child be OK financially if something were to happen to you.


Source: United States Dept. of Agriculture, January 2017

Dog Breeds & Homeowners Insurance

Man’s best friend. Dogs have come a long way being part our lives and families and we treat them like one of our own children. They make us laugh, mad, happy and sad, but nothing can ever break the bond between us. When it comes to insuring these furry creatures some homeowners insurance companies  exclude any coverage for certain breeds.


Recently we met a cross breed of chow and lab. The homeowner had insurance with a company that decided that the chow breed did not meet their underwriting guidelines and cancelled their policy. Trying to find coverage after this incident was difficult for the homeowner. After a long and hard search the homeowner was able to find a company though our agency that accepted the cross breed.


It it can be difficult at times to find coverage hen your dog’s breed is on the “no fly list”, but some companies will review more than just the breed.

Office Closed for Holidays

REMINDER: Our office will be closed Friday, December 23, 2016, Monday, December 26, 2016, Friday, December 30, 2016 and Monday, January 2, 2017.