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How to Pick the Right Rental Car Insurance Options

The I.I.I. Offers Tips for Insuring Your Rental Ride This Summer NEW YORK, July 23, 2015 — If renting a car is part of your summer vacation plans, the good news is you have a lot of options, according to the Insurance Information Institute (I.I.I). “You can now rent a car by the week, day […]

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Insurance 101 – Insuring Your Valuables (Scheduled Personal Property)

Most of us own some type of valuable personal property – a collection of baseball cards, an engagement ring, a family heirloom just to name a few. A standard homeowners policy offers only limited coverage, if any, for the protection of these valuables. Watch this video to learn what you can do to make sure […]

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Lightning Coverage and Safety

Damage caused by lightning, such as fire, is covered by standard homeowners and business insurance policies. Some home and business insurance policies provide coverage for power surges that are the direct result of lightning striking a home or business. There is also coverage for lightning damage under the comprehensive portion of an auto insurance policy. […]

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Small Businesses and Cybercrime

Identity Theft and Cybercrime THE SCOPE OF IDENTITY THEFT The 2015 Identity Fraud Study, released by Javelin Strategy & Research, found that $16 billion was stolen from 12.7 million U.S. consumers in 2014, compared with $18 billion and 13.1 million victims a year earlier. There was a new identity fraud victim every two seconds in […]

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Our Referral Program

Did you know that Evans, Ewan & Brady Insurance has a referral program? Our referral program is very unique. All you have to do is refer someone to use and you will get rewarded. The more referrals that you do the higher the reward. The best part is if the referral does not decide to […]

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How to Get the Most From Your Vehicle Tax Deduction

Every April, millions of Americans file taxes on their own, and many wonder if they successfully claimed all the deductions to which they are entitled. One overlooked type of deduction is the car deduction. Business owners who use vehicles as part of their day-to-day operations know that this deduction exists, but people who use cars […]

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Death and Taxes: The Uncertainty of What Happens With An Insurance Policy When A Loved One Dies

As Benjamin Franklin said, “…in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” While we all know that April 15th is the day our taxes are due, death has a way of sneaking up and surprising us. When a loved one dies there are many issues that their family and […]

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6 Business Tax Tips You Shouldn’t Neglect

Taxes are stressful for everyone, but for business owners that stress escalates to a whole new level. Keeping meticulous track of all your expenses and revenue throughout the year culminates in a mess of paperwork and year-end decisions that may leave you vulnerable to a tax audit. Put in that perspective, taxes seem like a […]

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Drivers, Local Authorities Deal With Tough Winter’s Potholes

Drivers, Local Authorities Deal with Tough Winter’s Potholes Trusted Choice® survey shows about 50% of U.S. car owners report vehicle pothole damage. Georgetown, Texas, March 19, 2015 Poor road conditions have cost consumers and the insurance industry at least $27 billion over a five year period, according to a 2014 survey commissioned by Trusted Choice® […]

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Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind, But Not Out Of Coverage; Tips For Choosing A Safe Self-Storage Facility

While self-storage units may be a useful way to de-clutter your home, having the right insurance coverage is the best way to financially protect your belongings—no matter where they are, according to the Insurance Information Institute(I.I.I.). “If an item is valuable enough that you are willing to pay for storing it, you should be careful […]

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