KVIS & Coe Insurance Blog – Safety Tips, News, Events

15
Oct

Is a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan Worth It?

Is a Medicare Supplement Insurance Plan Worth It? When you sign up for Medicare Parts A and B, you also have the option to apply for a Medicare Supplement insurance plan. A Medicare Supplement plan, sometimes called “Medigap,” is a private insurance policy that can help pay for some of the health care costs that Medicare doesn’t cover. But is this

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1
Oct

Medicare Supplement vs. Medicare Advantage: What’s the Difference?

Medicare Supplement vs. Medicare Advantage: What’s the Difference? Applying for Medicare once you reach retirement age sounds simple enough. But just because you’re covered under the federal health insurance program doesn’t mean you won’t be faced with out-of-pocket costs. With Original Medicare (Parts A and B), you’ll receive coverage for health-related expenses like hospital care, doctor visits, medical procedures and

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21
Sep

15 Common Questions About Life Insurance

15 Common Questions About Life Insurance Life isn’t one-size-fits-all – and neither is life insurance. Planning for the future can feel exciting and scary at the same time. Whether you’re buying your very first policy or planning for the next chapter of your legacy, it’s common to have questions. Here are some common questions you might be wondering. (Want a more

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7
Sep

Interior Water Damage Prevention for New Homeowners

Interior Water Damage Prevention for New Homeowners Congratulations! Homeownership is a big step. While you’re getting used to your new responsibilities for home maintenance and upkeep, it’s important to get familiar with water damage risks to your home. When you know the potential risks, you can prevent damage in the first place. Water damage is messy, costly and can even

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2
Sep

How to find the right contractor

Here are some helpful tips in the event you experience flooding or damage from a major storm. FINDING A CONTRACTOR Check in with your local homebuilders’ association. You’ll be able to search contractors within your area and put together a list of potentials. Get referrals. Ask your friends, family and coworkers who they’ve worked with in the past. They may have

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18
Aug

Buying vs. Renting a House? Five Questions to Consider

Buying vs. Renting a House? Five Questions to Consider You’re thinking about moving from apartment life to a house, but you’re not sure you’re ready – financially or otherwise. How much yard do you want and how will you maintain it? How much living space do you need? What are the challenges of home ownership versus renting a home? What will the

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12
Aug

Term vs. Whole Life Insurance: Which Do You Need?

Life is always changing – which is why it’s important to review your insurance needs and make sure your coverage is keeping up with your life. Whether you’re entering adulthood or nearing retirement, you may have a need for life insurance… but understanding which policy is best for you can be confusing. Let’s talk term and whole life insurance to

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4
Aug

What Is An Umbrella Policy?

What Is An Umbrella Policy? I’m a safe driver. I don’t do risky things. Someone I know would never sue me. When it comes to truly terrible events, many people have the “it can’t happen to me” mentality. However, by simply driving a car, owning a home or entertaining friends, the possibility exists that a tragic accident could occur… and

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21
Jul

Are You Covered When an Employee Claims Harassment or Discrimination?

Are You Covered When an Employee Claims Harassment or Discrimination? You probably never want to imagine a situation in which an employee, a former employee or an employment candidate sues your business for sexual harassment or discrimination (on the basis of, for example, age, sex, race or disability). Unfortunately, though, it does happen. Sexual harassment has been in the news

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7
Jul

6 Smart Insurance Questions for Newlyweds and Soon-to-Weds

6 Smart Insurance Questions for Newlyweds and Soon-to-Weds So you’ve tied the knot – or at least are starting to prepare for the big day. This major life step often leads to plans to buy a house or upgrade your apartment so there’s enough room for the two of you…  and perhaps some future bundles of joy. Amid the whirlwind

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