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May 15th, 2017 by Lamb, Little & Co.

Prevent Cyber Crime from Happening to Your Business

As a business person, you are naturally concerned with making your business immune to cybercrime exposure, and with good reason. According to an article on CNBC, cybercrime cost the global economy $450 billion in 2016. Prevention is your best line of defense against cyber criminals. You will want an IT security expert to assess your company’s current vulnerabilities and needs. In addition, there are certain... Read Article

Is It Ever Too Late? Timing Your Life Insurance Purchase

Having a young family is the busiest time of life, and raising little ones tends to tie up a majority of the available time and attention. Young parents may forget to consider that putting a term life insurance policy in place is an important matter. Over the younger years, these policies are at their most affordable rates. Protecting your family with term life insurance can... Read Article

Business Owners Package Insurance: What You Should Know

Many small to medium sized businesses can get business owners package insurance (often called “BOP”), which simplifies the entire insurance coverage problem. A business owner package insurance policy is more affordable, as there are several forms of insurance in one “package.” All business owners have concerns about staying protected against financial losses, and for good reason. It is impossible to know what the future will... Read Article

Do You Have Enough Life Insurance?

Most of us would prefer not to think about what would happen to our families if something happened to us. Life insurance is something we may have to force ourselves to think about, just like a will. The good news is that purchasing a whole life insurance policy can be a great financial investment. This form of insurance not only allows your life to be... Read Article

5 Ways Key Person Insurance Can Save Your Business

For small businesses that rely on two or three core members to operate, the death of one person could easily mean the demise of the company. Key person insurance is a life insurance policy paid for by the company, for which the company itself is the beneficiary, and can be a deciding factor in determining whether or a business can survive the death of a... Read Article