TCU Insurance Agency, LLC Blog: 12_2014
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Tuesday, December 23, 2014Holiday shopping is in full swing. During this busy season, it's especially important to be mindful of protecting your identity. Data breaches are on the rise, affecting big name corporations and thousands of people. IDT911, a partner of West Bend, has provided some tips on how to keep your identity safe this holiday season. READ MORE >>
Monday, December 22, 2014So far this fall I've seen quite a few deer standing on the side of the road. Did you know that mating season for deer runs from October through December? As a result, the deer population is more active, accounting for an increase in collisions. In 2013, Wisconsin vehicle/deer collisions totaled 18,338. READ MORE >>
Friday, December 19, 2014The holiday season is filled with festive cheer (i.e., food and drinks). In addition, our homes are beautifully decorated. While this is a special time of year, it's important to remember to keep our pets healthy and safe. Here are some tips to keep your pet(s) healthy and safe this holiday season. READ MORE >>
Thursday, December 18, 2014Did you buy a new car lately? Perhaps you moved into a new home. Or maybe you decided to purchase a boat or a recreation vehicle. Nancy Arndt, a veteran personal lines underwriter with West Bend, will discuss why you need to talk to your insurance agent about these important changes. Autos READ MORE >>
Wednesday, December 17, 2014When it comes to purchasing insurance, consumers have many choices. For most people, price is one of the most important factors when deciding what to buy and from whom. What consumers may not realize, however, are the benefits of working with an independent insurance agent. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, December 3, 2014Many people enjoy having a fireplace in their home. Not only does it provide a relaxing ambiance, but it cuts back on utility costs. As the first cold nights of the season roll around, many are stocking their wood supply and looking forward to lighting the first fire in the fireplace. READ MORE >>