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  1. Taking the stress out of Thanksgiving

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and while you prep the last decorations and put the finishing touches on the menu, it is also smart to review your homeowner’s insurance policy. According to the National Fire Protection Association, Thanksgiving Day is the leading day for home cooking fires. There are many distractions on Thanksgiving […]

  2. Does Your Credit Score Affect Your Insurance Rates?

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    Your credit score is a three-digit number between 500 and 900 that is needed for the larger purchases in life, including loans, mortgage and vehicles. But have you ever thought your credit score could affect your insurance rates? Insurance companies have been using credit scores since the 1990’s to determine rates per customer. When in […]

  3. Fire Safety Tips for Fall

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    The chilly nights in the fall season have people turning on their fireplaces, furnaces, and heaters to keep warm. However, turning on heating devices for the first time after months of sitting shut off can be dangerous. There are many safety hazards to keep in mind when turning on your heater for the first time […]

  4. What Insurance Plans Are Wasting Your Money?

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    Having insurance is not only smart, but it is legally required. Insurance such as car insurance and health insurance is mandatory by the state. Other types of insurance coverage, such as home insurance, business insurance, etc. just make sense to get through everyday life. However, there are some insurance policies that you could be paying […]

  5. The Benefits of Creating a Small Business Alliance

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    As a small business owner, you may sometimes feel intimidated by other business building up around you. You have worked hard to make your business what it is today by offering unique products and services to your customers. When you are a small business, what do you do when you are competing against giant chain […]

  6. 15 Years Later, Remembering 9/11

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    Do you remember where you were on September 11th, 2001? The exact place where you heard that two planes crashed into the Twin Towers in New York City. The feelings you had; the chills on your body. Now think of where you are today, 15 years later. Every year this day comes around, it makes […]

  7. Insurance for the Teenage Driver

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    Having a child grow up does not only mean changes for them, it means changes for you too. Kids getting older bring many changes to the family, like adding another driver. Is your kid getting his or her drivers licenses this year? Will they be driving a new vehicle to and from school everyday? Or […]

  8. Taking the Steps in an Emergency Situation

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    The North Carolina weather is unpredictable. The summer months bring dangerous thunderstorms and come the winter months, the Carolinas’ are fonder of ice storms than snowstorms. With unpredictable weather, it is hard to prepare for dangerous situations. Even something as simple as a power outage can be dangerous and miserable to live through. At Spivey […]

  9. Back to School Insurance

    by sspivey

    Category: Blog

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    It is that time of year again! Time to stuff book bags full of pencils and paper and send your kids of school! Send your kids off to school this year with confidence by making sure your child has the proper health insurance policy. As a parent, of course you want to do all you […]