5 Trailer Safety Tips: Important Things To Know About Safe Towing

Its summertime and everyone is heading out on a trip with camper in tow. Whether it’s a rental trailer or one you own, towing a trailer for the first time might be a little daunting. Being the driver who must properly hook up and secure the trailer and load it correctly.   The trailer must be […]

Medicare has your insurance been cancelled

If you pay for your Medicare premiums by automatic deduction from a Social Security check, some of your insurance coverage could be cancelled. A “processing error” led to premiums for Medicare Advantage plans (Part C) and prescription drug plans (Part D) to go unpaid nationwide for 250,000 retirees – all the way back to January […]

It’s Toy Time!

Summer is in full swing and many are enjoying the nice weather that comes along with this time of year! Outdoor activities vary in interest and complexity including the equipment, such as the big boy and girl toys! We aren’t talking Legos, action figures, video games.  We are talking about the mud tearing, water surfing, […]

The Name is Bond…Surety Bond.

Quick question: What’s a “surety bond”? It’s a three-party agreement between you (the Principal), the surety company and the owner (or oblige). The Obligee could be any number of entities, ranging from a city, state, general contractor, court and more. ​ ​During this time of year in the Treasure Valley, for example, we see a […]

Make Home Sweet Home into an Income Generating Machine…Safely

Want a little extra cash in your pocket? The internet is full of fun and interesting ideas that can put a little extra cash in the bank account. Just Google “how to make extra money on the side,” and you’ll have more Google pages than you have time for. What are some of the top […]

Driving for Uber? Ensure that you’re Insured!

Now that the weather is starting to warm up, we can get out and go camping, take road trips, vacation with the family and barbecue with our friends. Many of us look to take advantage of the long days to supplement our incomes. Driving for convenience services like Uber, DoorDash, Grubhub or one of the […]

Get Ahead of the Open Enrollment Curve

  Preparations for the open enrollment and Medicare enrollment season are already underway. Not thinking about this yet? You should. The Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) goes into effect January 1, 2020. What does that mean for you? MACRA legislation reached a compromise that targets first dollar coverage for Medicare supplement for […]

Dead Tree Limbs: Be Aware of Potential Hazards!

During this springtime, it’s important to note several safety items while attempting to remove dead limbs from your property. If you’re wanting to shave off some dead tree limbs, it will be important to know what is under, around and near any falling limb from a tree. Time and time again, we get calls about […]

Get Ahead of the Wet Season!

With Spring comes a whole host of exciting changes. One of them: the change from a wet to dry climate. For the Treasure Valley and other areas around the state, too much of a good thing can be a problem, as the water is unable to be soaked up by the hard, winterized ground. This […]

Know When to Purchase Flood Insurance

What a crazy winter it has been, first it looked as if we weren’t going to be getting hardly any snow. The story has now changed, and we are looking at quite a bit of water sitting up on our hills and mountains! What does this mean? First, it will mean a very green spring. […]

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