Tuesday, July 29, 2014The Best States for Business By: Amanda Prischa Sense Do you know where your state stands when it comes to taxes, regulations and licensing for businesses? The Kauffman Foundation, a think-tank, annually asks thousands of small businesses about local requirements for hiring, regulations, zoning, licenses, health insurance, training and more. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, July 22, 2014Five Biggest Insurance Mistakes People Without an Agent Make By: Carolyn Sennett Cover Story There are several ways you can save on insurance costs. But be careful not to make one of the biggest insurance mistakes by cutting coverage that could create an insurance coverage gap. READ MORE >>
Thursday, June 5, 2014Six flammable foods Don't let cuisine with a volatile side cause a kitchen fire. Flour may seem harmless, but many people don’t realize that it has a hot temper. Under certain conditions, foods like flour are highly flammable and can result in fiery kitchen situations. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, May 14, 2014Top 8 insurance myths Illustration by John Corbitt How to separate fact from fiction when it comes to your insurance. By: Matt Hubert There are a lot of misunderstandings about insurance floating around. Read on for answers to the most pervasive myths. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, May 7, 2014Preventing online insurance fraud Illustration by Gordon Studer Online scammers are increasingly sophisticated—but you can outsmart them. By: Tim Bodamer Shopping online offers convenience (and great deals!). But with the good comes the bad—in this case, the Internet scammers who continue to devise new methods to dupe honest folks. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 30, 2014Teens and distracted driving
Distracted teen driving is a growing problem—but you can help keep the roads safe.
By: Ashley Weber
Reading a GPS. Answering a cell phone. Tapping out a text.
It’s hardly a surprise that theNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration(NHTSA) ... READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 23, 2014So Much Stuff, So Little Garage By: Vanessa Paris Our house, like most of our neighbors’ houses, has a side-facing garage. From the front, the garage looks like just another room of the house, all pretty siding and curtained windows. For some people, it’s okay to have a front-facing garage. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 16, 2014Safe Summer Fun Keep the kiddos out of harm’s way during long, lazy backyard days By: Amanda Prischak Your backyard might be a fun place for the kids and the rest of the family. But is it safe? Each year, about 51,000 children are injured on backyard playground equipment alone. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 9, 2014Common Questions, Honest Answers March 27, 2013 The lowdown on your high-frequency insurance questions. By: Abby Badach Have a burning insurance question? If so, chances are the customer advocates in ERIE’s Customer Service department have answered it many times before. READ MORE >>
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