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eh blog affordagentDrivers are distracted in many ways, including everything from dealing with children, pets and other passengers, to operating the car’s climate controls, audio or navigation device, and from eating to old-fashioned map-reading.  However, by far the deadliest distractions come from talking on the cell phone and texting while driving.  Moreover, using your cell phone while driving has been found to impair your ability to drive your car just as much as driving while drunk.

No matter what your distractions might be, they all fall into one of the following three categories according to which of your senses are distracted by the activity, and texting and other cell phone use combine all three. 

  • Manual distractions – causing you to take your hands off the steering wheel
  • Visual distractions – causing you to take your eyes off the road
  • Cognitive distractions – causing you to take your mind off the road
Thursday, 27 May 2010 22:00

eh blog fireYou read about it every day.  A business is wiped out by earthquake or flood, a company loses key employees due to a shooting spree by a former employee or a corporate data center is destroyed by fire and brings down a national network.  As a business owner, you probably sympathize but then realize that business insurance or government agencies like FEMA will be to help.

While business insurance benefits and government support offer financial assistance, will affected companies continue doing business in the wake of such disaster?

Would your business survive a significant disaster?  It should –  if you have an up-to-date Business Continuity Plan that includes a tested disaster recovery plan, provided all key people in your organization know how to use it. 

Thursday, 27 May 2010 21:57

young coupleThis is the time of year when, it seems, everyone is tying the knot -- strolling into wedded bliss.  All the checklists and plans are underway, and dreams of the wedding march and the honeymoon dance in your head.  But does that checklist include the possible changes to your insurance portfolio as you join two lives and become a couple?  Will you need different financial protection?  What will managing two careers as a couple mean for you?  How will merging two households affect you?  

Do your future plans depend upon two incomes?  If so, your lifestyle will reflect that.  You will have expenses that you have not yet anticipated, and perhaps you have existing education loans or even medical bills to pay.  Then there's retirement... yes, it seems so far away, but who knows what the future will bring? Will you buy a home?  Will you start a family?  In fact, one never knows what life holds in store, so it is important to make plans now to protect what you have and what you expect to have. 

Monday, 12 April 2010 14:56
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