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Adding a New Vehicle or Driver to Your Insurance Policy

Purchasing a vehicle or adding a driver to your policy can be an overwhelming process. Making those changes to your auto insurance policy should be a smooth transaction, in this blog, we will discuss what you will need to know before contacting your agent. 
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The Hidden Benefits of Auditing Your Insurance Plan

Sure, reviewing your insurance with a local independent insurance agent may sound like the last thing you want to be doing, but it can be invaluable in the short and long term for your church, nonprofit or human service organization. In this blog, we'll talk about the hidden benefits of reviewing your insurance plan on a regular (at least annual) basis.
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Church Insurance Deductible

What Should My Church Insurance Deductible Be?

What if your church building caught fire? Do you know the out-of-pocket expenses you'd have to pay in order to rebuild? An overlooked part of many insurance plans is the deductibles in your policies.
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7 Reasons Why Using a Church Insurance Company Matters

Church insurance coverage can help protect your congregation and staff from financial losses after a disaster, but if you are not careful in your selection process, it may leave your ministry underinsured. In this blog post, we will discuss seven reasons why using a church insurance company matters - so that you can make the best choice possible!
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Basic Broad Special Insurance Coverage

What’s the Difference Between Basic, Broad, and Special Form Insurance Coverage?

When you are thinking about purchasing a commercial property or homeowner’s insurance policy, there are typically three primary levels of coverage you can choose from: basic, broad, and special. The differences between these forms can be confusing. It is important to understand the difference between the three forms of coverage so you can make an informed decision that will best fit your needs as a Church or Nonprofit leader.
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