Don’t look back at last years newsletter. It started pretty much the same way, new year new me and all that. Its not that I didn’t follow through. I followed through and then some. I’m a whole new me for sure. A better me and that’s all that’s important. Setting unrealistic goals and expectations just leads to failure. A lot can change in a year, and when you reflect on the last 12 months, you might realize that some of those changes could greatly affect your insurance needs. So, make sure you’re on track for the upcoming year. This was not something I ever thought about before becoming an insurance agent, but seeing it from a different perspective, its imperative. Christmas time brings expensive gifts. Now is the perfect time to reassess all your belongings and update your home insurance. As your agent, we can help you itemize or schedule expensive items you may need to add. We’ve determined you should evaluate your home insurance, but have you thought about life insurance? Maybe you are sitting on the fence. If you have a policy in place, think about how much may have changed since you first bought life insurance. Maybe you got married, had your first child or maybe you’re an empty nester. All these are good times to review your current coverages and protect the ones you love. In addition to that, have you thought about your beneficiaries? Maybe you have had a significant life change that warrants you to take a look at your beneficiaries. Another thing to think of is taking a look at your auto insurance policy. Its easy to renew your coverage without giving it much consideration, but you should make sure you are not underinsured. Car insurance coverage can be confusing. Use this opportunity to look at all of your policies and make sure everything reflects the NEW YOU!
NuLine’s New Year
McKenzie: "Read one ADULT book per month"
Michelle: "Less soap operas" Don’t worry, I’ll fill her in on what Victor and Nikki are up to.
Chantel: "To get to work on time"
Amy: "Put down my cell phone more" Also, get back to reading more."
Stacey: "Bake more for co-workers."
Jennifer: "Spend more time with grand-babies"-IN Arizona!
Chad: "To never be grumpy with his employees, I’m al-most positive that’s what he said."
Posted on January 5th, 2023