Posted on 2/13/2017 8:01 AM By Rich Savino
For High School Seniors, February and March are usually crunch time for making decisions on where they will be spending the next four years of their lives. If they are college bound, they will be heading to their new campuses in less than six months.Per the National Center for Education Statistics, 20.7 million students are expected to enroll at universities in the United States, for September 2017, 13.3 million will be living away from home studying and attending at four year colleges. Now is the time for choosing a college, finding a residence hall, looking for compatible roommates, chasing financial aid, and making endless lists of everything you will need to remember before you drop off your child and wave goodbye.
But something to keep in mind and add to that endless list of things to do in the next few months; think about college and how it effects your insurance.
1. AUTO INSURANCE – Whether your child takes his car to school, or leaves it home, it is always a wise idea to keep your c ...
Posted on 11/23/2015 9:57 AM By Rich Savino
The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Years are filled with revelry, celebration and good spirits. This is the time of the year that many homeowners enjoy playing “host” and inviting their friends over to enjoy fine foods, social conversation and toast to good times. I want you to have a great time and rejoice in the season, but I also want to give you some tips, some simple precautions to ensure that everyone has fun and remains safe. No accidents, no tragedies, no litigation is the goal. Remember as the host, you are responsible for the well-being of your guests, especially if alcohol is being served.
Posted on 4/20/2015 8:00 AM By Keith Savino
With Mother’s Day, wedding season and family vacation getaways on the horizon, it is the optimal time to explore if your insurance policies cover your irreplaceable treasures … jewelry, furs, antiques and collectibles. All insurance policies should be checked on annual basis to make sure the information contained in the policy is accurate, correct and covers your current “life situation.”
Posted on 4/6/2015 6:00 AM By Keith Savino
It is finally here. Spring has arrived. The ice on your roof and yard has finally disappeared, the snow is gone and you are certainly ready to get out in the yard and clean up, plant flowers, enjoy sitting on your deck.
But before you pick up your shovel and bring out the lawnmower, you may want to check your house for moisture. Snow and ice melt often equate to wet conditions in the walls, under the carpets, between the insulation, under the paneling and throughout the basement. It is vital that you dry the water in your home because mold can begin growing in wet spots in as little as 24 hours.