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Business Owner Credit

4 Step Credit Building Plan for Business Owners

Almost every business owner (who is still in business) has experienced the opportunity to grow… alongside the need to borrow. This is the point our credit comes into play. Here are a few ideas for a business owner to build up their personal credit, in order to create then grow your business’ credit. 

Your Credit can communicate Your Worth in today’s business world

For any legal advice, please consult your attorney. For any tax advice, please consult your tax professional. This article is about your credit, and if you’re not already working to improve it, and own a business, you …

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Heavy snowfall, ice storms, and… tips to be safe

If your clients have been impacted by this weather, here are some tips you can share to help them stay safe and protect their property:

Stay alert. Continue to monitor local radio stations and media outlets for the latest updates on power outages, water/health advisories, and other important announcements.Use flashlights, not candles. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Use flashlights instead of candles, which can get knocked over and increases the risk of fire.Store water for you and your family. Each day, store at least one gallon of water in containers or the bathtub for each person in your…

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5 Part Fall Prep Guide (Building Wear & Tear Inspection):


- Plants: Trim away any trees or bushes which are in contact with the structure.

- Windows & Doors: physically look at the caulking does not have holes or cracks. The caulking is squishy stuff that connects the door or window to the wall on the outside of a building.

- Garage & Warehouse doors: take a look at the hinges, and confirm that they are securely attached to the door. Test the auto-stop mechanisms. Many garage door openers use an electronic eye to automatically reverse the garage door if an obstruction is in the way. Many …

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Coverages offered:

Accident and Illness Plan:

IllnessTests and X‑raysHospital staysEar and eye problemsPrescribed drugsPrescription pet foodHereditary conditions (inherited from your parents)Ligament and hip dysplasia (12 month waiting period)Death benefitsAnd more…

Wellness Plan:

Vet exam feesDental cleaningTick and flea preventionHeartworm testingAnnual wellness examsVitamins and other supplementsPrescribed therapy and behavioral trainingVaccinationsSpaying/neutering Coverage Limits: Up to 100% coverage of vet bills Admitted/Non-Admitted: Admitted Additional Program Highlights: No breeds are excludedFlexible premium options to fit your budget, including 0% co-pay optionPick your own licensed vetFast and Easy claims resolution Appetite:

All breeds of dogs and cats.

Types of risks: Accident and IllnessWellness Ineligible risks: Other petsPuppies and Kittens less…

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Business Owner Mary

Like you, Mary struggles with questioning if her business is safe. And it frustrates her at work, because of questions like, “What do I need to do to protect against?… How can I know my business is safe?… and Who can I call to get help?

Oh No! That’s before Mary… asks a professional. Professional Advice answers all those problems for Mary.  Legal Questions = Ask an AttorneyFinancial Questions = Ask a CPAInsurance Questions = Ask your agent

If you don’t know your agent personally, Mary goes to Insurance Town & Country. See how happy Mary is!

Call you agent:  303–388-7216

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Website ADA Compliance

We recently learned insurance agents are receiving demand letters regarding their websites not being ADA compliant for the blind. The solution is often just a call to your website provider to add an accessibility menu to your landing page (see bottom left hand corner of the site for example).  If you have a website, please contact your website provider to verify that your website is in ADA compliance. If you are in the market for a new website, please consider our technology partner, ITC, for exclusive pricing for WIAA members (click here for flyer). 
 Please note carriers have either ended or are…

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New Post Published on Thankfulness. Stop for a second an remember what is worthy of gratitude. Thank you!

3 Everyday actions to grow thankfulness

Gratitude is one of those parts of our world that is free to everyone, prized by those recognized to carry it, and yet exceptionally easy to skip over in the daily rush of life.


The data has come back pointing to gratitude as a key to reduce burnout, materialism, and increase general happiness.

We, as a culture, are good at critical analysis. This actually functions like a human’s superpower.  This type of critical analysis also prizes efficiency. That is where gratitude often gets squeezed out. There is not much in expressing gratitude that is efficient, but it is good. While …

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