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Is Online Shopping For Insurance With “Discount Websites” Really Your Best Bet?

For the second straight year online shopping for auto insurance on discount insurance sites has dropped despite the billions of dollars a year being spent on advertising.  The TransUnion Insurance Business Unit has been tracking these statistics for years and the opinion is:  contact with a human, more likely than not, trumps that of a … More

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Sunday Supper Series – Oven Baked Salmon

This weeks Sunday Supper Series recipe comes from the kitchen of Marie Valdez, our Accounting Manager.  Her option for healthy eating sounds delish to us!  Oven Baked Salmon with Toasted Almond Parsley Salad 12 oz. Filet of Salmon, cut into 4 pieces salt & pepper to taste 1 shallot 1 TBSP red wine vinegar 2 … More

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Celebrate National Bike Month in May!

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  In 1956 the League of American Bicyclists began celebrating National Bike month in May as a way of getting people involved in the sport and teaching the many benefits of bicycling. Each year, from coast to coast, the League provides resources to help you plan an event in your area.  You can Download the … More

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Sunday Supper Series

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The first recipe in our Sunday Supper Series is from the kitchen of Maura Philipps, wife of Keith M. Philipps who is a Partner at Schmutter, Strull, Fleisch, Inc.  Nearly every single Sunday the Philipps family waked up to the smell of Maura’s Italian Tomato sauce (yes, SAUCE!  Not gravy!).  The aroma reminds her of … More

A MOM-mentous Blog about Mother’s Day!

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This week we have all been preparing for the Mother of all Holidays, Mother’s Day!  This day, which was originally meant as a day of reflection and quiet prayer by families, became a recognized holiday in 1914 in the United States. Now every year the second Sunday in May is spent honoring the Motherly figures … More

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National Travel & Tourism Week May 3-11, 2014

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  Did you know….. Travel generates $2.1 trillion for the U.S. economy. Travel supports 14.9 million American jobs – one in every 9 jobs depends on travel. Travel is a top 10 employer in 49 states and the District of Columbia Travel contributes more than $134 billion to the federal, state and local tax base. … More

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New York Cancer Insurance Policy and Movember

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Last month, you loved the women (and men) who endured Breast Cancer, this month let’s support the men who are battling cancer. What started out as “No Shave November” has now turned into Movember (Moustache November).  The concept of Movember is to grow awareness by embracing our hair, which many cancer patients lose, and letting … More

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Breast Cancer awareness and why Long Term Disability Insurance is so important.

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October is synonymous with fall, Halloween & PINK!  If there is ever a time for you to not forget to check yourself, it’s this month. As a Breast Cancer Survivor I wanted to share with you some tips to help you keep this monster of a disease at bay. Every – yes, EVERY, woman should … More

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Cheapest not always the best in insurance

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When purchasing different types of insurance, it’s not always true that the cheapest is the best. You may be able to find cheaper prices on a policy, but sometimes the cheap deal costs you more money in the end, due to technicalities of which you were not aware. There are, however, ways to save on … More

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What is Errors and Omissions Insurance, and Who Needs it?

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Your New York enterprise may be in the business of offering advice or information to clients. In this case, you may need to include errors and omissions coverage in your business insurance policies. Errors and omissions coverage offers financial protection in cases where a client accuses you or one of your employees of a mistake … More

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