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Category: Safety Tips


Planning a Remodeling Project?



In the upcoming year, home improvement activity is expected to rise. For those who plan to be a part of this rising number, it is important to have the right type of insurance and the right amount of coverage. Insurance should be in place during and after construction. Anyone considering a remodeling project should contact […]

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5 Tips to Stay Safe From IRS Tax Scams



Your phone rings. The person who’s calling says that they’re with the IRS and that you owe BIG money. They say that if you don’t pay the amount due that there will be serious consequences. They ask for your financial information… What should you do? Actually, this is a scam that can happen to anyone. […]

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Thanksgiving Kitchen Safety Tips



If it’s your turn to host Thanksgiving dinner, you may feel a little bit of pressure to deliver a meal where everybody is well fed… A little planning and preparation can help make sure that your festive meal with friends & loved ones goes smoothly.  Check out these tips from blog.allstate.com to have a safe, happy, & delicious […]

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November 2018 Newsletter



We’ve added a Newsletters section to our site: https://www.putnamrecordinsurance.com/newsletters/  And our November 2018 Newsletter is available!   IN THIS ISSUE:  Should I Buy ID Theft Insurance? Watch Out For Equifax Scams How To Find Lost Life Insurance Policies  Know Your Space Heater Safety Rules Medicare Open Enrollment Oct 15 – December 7th   In case you […]

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Top 10 Cyber Security Tips



Top 10 Cyber Security Tips Tip #1 – You are a target to hackers You may think, “It won’t happen to me”.  Unfortunately, we’re all at risk. Your personal and financial well-being are at stake. By following the tips below and remaining vigilant, you are doing your part to protect yourself and your loved ones. […]

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Power of Attorney & Living Wills for an Elderly or Aging Parent



Before an aging parent becomes forgetful, terminally ill, or has difficulty handling certain tasks, it is essential to set up a Power of Attorney, or POA. It is important to set up your POA before your parent shows any warning signs, as any individual must be deemed of sound mind to assign power of attorney. […]

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