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Funny insurance claims outside of the motor industry

A client of mine claimed he broke his arm cycling to work when taking a shortcut through a farm: “I came around a corner and was run off the road by a herd of guinea pigs…” (The farmer verified the claimant’s story. Apparently the farmer’s daughters’ pets had escaped and multiplied into plague proportions.)

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Five Reasons Why Your Home Insurance May Be Going Up

Source: You haven’t filed any claims, so why is your home insurance going up? It’s a common question that boils down to insurance trends. Insurance rates are based off more than just your personal claims history. They also take into account...

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Free Course on Child Passenger Safety Basics

A child car seat is one of the most important purchases you’ll ever make for your child’s safety: It can reduce the risk of injury and death. However, buying a child car seat can be confusing. There are many choices: new or used, colour, shape, size, etc. The following information will help you when buying a child car seat, plus this free course will provide you with the basic knowledge needed to secure children in vehicles.

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The Most Important Twenty Minutes of the Day

What are the most important moments of the day? The 20 minutes you commit to planning.

You’re thinking, Planning? Yuck.

I know for some people it’s a dreaded word, but don’t worry. I’m not talking about writing a business plan or setting annual goals. I’m simply talking about dedicating 20 minutes to prioritizing and organizing your day.

The 20 minutes you spend today can save hours tomorrow and turn a good day into a great day.

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