Why it Pays to Insure Your Gold Assets

Gold Assets

From tangible cash to properties, valuable assets must be insured against disasters and catastrophes. As with any other valuable property, it is no surprise that people also insure their gold assets. Adhil Shetty of Yahoo! Finance writes that various insurance plans offer peace of mind when it comes to securing the metal, with plans covering theft and even accidental loss. Coverage increases in scope according to the plan that you pay for, with Shetty reminding gold owners that it is important to hold on to all relevant documents should the…

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How to Hire an SEO Expert

How to Hire an SEO Expert

Most of the online journeys start from Google, Youtube, Bing or Amazon. The right optimization of your website will give your website a good visibility for your customers. We’ll tell you what SEO experts can do for you and how you can find the right candidate for the position. What will an SEO expert do? The goal of an SEO expert is to improve the shows up of your website in the search results. People enter the key words and your website will be on the list if they are…

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Surviving a bad car crash can be daunting but not impossible

A car crash is not something that many people think will ever happen to them… but these events can, at times, be unavoidable. If the unfortunate were to happen, it is important to be prepared. Being prepared can mean the difference between life and death for drivers or their passengers and it is not something that should be taken lightly. Car accidents are not uncommon, and there are some things that drivers can do to ensure their safety and overall survival if they are the unfortunate victim of a crash.…

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How ISO 9001:2015 Can Impact Risk-Based Thinking In Insurance

While risk-based thinking is a new term in the 2015 version of ISO 9001, the concept of risk management is not new to the insurance industry. Many companies already have some sort of risk management process in place and much progress has been made to formalize these processes and even use them for regulatory purposes.  Another step forward is the introduction of the ISO 9001:2015 standard, which includes a focus on risk-based thinking that could benefit the industry. ISO 9001:2015, which defines risk-based thinking even more than its predecessor ISO…

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6 Ways Lying About Your Auto Insurance Can Cost You

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It’s tempting. And, surely, you won’t get caught, right? You are, after all, just one tiny customer among thousands. The insurance company is far too busy to notice if you tell a little white lie. Plus, a big organization like that can afford it, can’t they? Auto insurance lies are common among parents. So, if you’re trying to justify lying to your auto insurance provider, forget about it! You could be convicted of fraud, face a hefty fine and even a stint behind bars. In this situation, good luck in…

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Questions About the ACA: What Happens to People Who Do Not Sign Up by March 31st

Health Care Reform

Under the original terms of the The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), also known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Obamacare, Americans have until March 31, 2014 to sign up for a health insurance plan. There have been a few changes you may not know about. Deadline Rules Originally, if you couldn’t sign up for health insurance through the health exchanges by March 31st, you would have to wait until November 15, 2014 to apply for coverage starting January 2015 and pay a penalty when filing 2014’s…

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What Good Accident Attorneys Do Not Do

When you are in a major accident… the last thing that you may want to have to go through is a vetting process. Having to choose an attorney can be a worse pain than that of the accident. If you need competent accident lawyers, here is a list of what you avoid. Learn what good lawyers do not do so that you can lay off those you run into with these traits. 1. Exaggerate your claim It is no secret that your attorney will want to win the case. Every…

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