Streetsmart insurance Blog
Although getting car insurance is obviously the best choice, there are still people who end up going with it because of several myths. These myths scare people away from buying car insurance but are not necessarily true. If you are a new car owner looking to get insurance, what you have to do is to get to know the myths, hoaxes and truths. Here’s a list of some of the most common ones to begin with.
Cyber attacks are real. In this digital age, you will need to protect yourself even more against cyber crimes. If your business has an online presence, or does most of your transactions online, this is even more relevant. Each year the number of cyber attacks grow, so it is important to know what are the different kinds of cyber attacks. Below are the most common you should be aware of.
It is becoming more common for young professionals to invest in a condominium. Due to the rise of economic stability for these professionals, they look into condominiums as a sound investment. It is true that the capital gains may take some time. This fact is overturned by the flexible terms offered making it an attractive offer.
There is a confluence of factors affecting insurance rates going into 2018 that are pushing premiums higher in a number of commercial lines policies, including auto, liability and property.
Diabetes is a devastating illness - and not just for those with the disease. Employers are also shouldering massive and increasing direct and indirect costs due to diabetes.
Life is unpredictable, and sometimes the unthinkable happens and we lose a loved one or a business partner.
Americans are getting less physical activity than ever, with people now spending an average of more than 13 hours a day in a chair
If you have outdoor workers in the Golden State or the Southwest, particularly in construction and agriculture and to some extent landscaping, you need to be aware of the big increase in Valley fever cases.
The holiday season can bring a combination of fun and excitement as well as stress and anxiety for your staff