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What Happens To My Savings Accounts If My Company Closes?

Many employers today offer health savings accounts (HSAs), flexible spending accounts (FSAs), and 401(k) retirement savings accounts as part of their company group benefits. These types of savings accounts are a valuable part of an overall compensation package that employers use to attract and retain top talent. But the world business is uncertain, and companies may go under. What happens to your savings accounts if...

What Kind of Insurance Do I Need If I Rent Out My Home?

If you own a home, you probably already have homeowners insurance to protect your investment from covered losses. However, a standard homeowners policy may not cover damages that occur when your house is being rented out, depending on the length of the rental term and the situation. Our experienced agent can advise you on what insurance you need if you plan to rent out your...

Am I Too Old To Start A 401(k)?

There is no maximum age for participation in a 401(k) plan. As long as you are still working, you are never too old to contribute. If your employer offers group benefits that include a 401(k), you have an excellent way to save for retirement. No matter your age, if you are still working, you can take advantage of the tax benefits and any matching contributions...

Common Commercial Property Insurance Exclusions

Commercial property insurance is designed to protect the physical assets of your business from specific perils, including fire, explosions, storms, burst pipes, vandalism, and theft. It protects your building and its contents, along with fences, signs, and other exterior fixtures. It is a core coverage of your business insurance policy. If you have purchased commercial property insurance coverage for your business, you can expect to...

HSA Vs. FSA: Which Is Better?

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and flexible spending accounts (FSAs) are group benefits offered to employees that are similar in some ways. Both are accounts that allow you to make tax-free contributions to save for medical costs. However, there are several key differences between HSAs and FSAs. What Is An HSA? An HSA is a health savings account with tax advantages, used in combination with a...