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How We're Giving Back - The Rotary Club

How We’re Giving Back – The Rotary Club

Life in the midst of a global pandemic is confusing, to say the least, and has left many of us quickly adapting to a new normal, much of which involves ... Read More
Changes in Social Norms in Response to COVID-19

Changes in Social Norms in Response to COVID-19

My Observations From A Recent 11-Day 8-City Trip The coronavirus officially became a worldwide pandemic yesterday, and I just returned from an 11-day trip that took me to Denver, San ... Read More
After the Floods

After the Floods

Recent hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria did a lot of damage. As in A LOT of damage. According to Moody’s Analytics, the total cost of property damage and lost economic ... Read More
Have a Trust or LLC? Be Sure Your Insurance Company Knows

Have a Trust or LLC? Be Sure Your Insurance Company Knows

It is becoming an increasingly common financial strategy for people to place the ownership of everything from bank accounts to real estate to boats or other property in a trust ... Read More
Construction Costs Affect Existing Homeowners, Too

Construction Costs Affect Existing Homeowners, Too

If you already own a home, you may not care much about construction costs. But you should. Why? Because a homeowner with an intact home one day can find themselves ... Read More
Kelly Klee Protects Your Data, Too

Kelly Klee Protects Your Data, Too

Insurance is supposed to make you feel secure. To get the best rates and appropriate coverage, it is necessary to give up personal information about your family, home, vehicles and, ... Read More
Insurance is a Promise

Insurance is a Promise

When you buy insurance, you’re buying a promise—a promise that if you have a claim, you will be made whole to the extent that is possible. For those who need ... Read More
Why Local Agents Aren't Always the Best Option

Why Local Agents Aren’t Always the Best Option

Buying goods and services locally makes a lot of sense in many cases. When you choose gifts from a neighbor’s boutique, you’re helping to support her family. Fruits and vegetables ... Read More
Let Us Figure It Out

Let Us Figure It Out

How much do you think you could get someone to pay for a big pile of 40-year-old drywall and two-by-fours? A more realistic question might be: how much do you ... Read More