INSURANCE AGENCY NETWORK Blog
With most workplaces and schools closing due to the Covid19 pandemic, many car owners are having to park their cars and work from home. This ultimately means fewer road accidents, thus reducing the necessity of excessive auto insurance. As such, insurance companies are being forced to give refunds to their customers and reduce their usual rates.
For most people, their homes are their greatest investments, and as such, they take great care to ensure that they have a backup plan if a disaster occurs. Because life is unpredictable, it’s essential to have coverage to ensure that your future is secure even if there’s a break-in or natural disaster. Home Insurance policies assist you with paying for any necessary repairs and replacements after a catastrophe that falls under the insurer’s conditions.
Various industries across the globe have felt the effect of the coronavirus pandemic. As such, entrepreneurs and business owners worldwide have been scrambling to make ends meet with the economic crisis faced globally. Unfortunately, the problems faced aren’t responding to the customary emergency-responses that have been used in the past. As such, company owners have to act promptly and aggressively.
With eateries, restaurants, and hotels closing down due to the ongoing pandemic, an alarmingly high number of farms face hardships with millions of kilograms of fresh produce going to waste. Daily produce that used to get hundreds of keen buyers is now becoming somewhat of a burden with farm owners struggling with where to dump the food. Most farmers report having started dumping unclaimed produce into compost pits or plowing them back into the fields. The good news is that Unemployment Insurance (UI) has been made available to self-employed individuals up to year-end.