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February 21st, 2018 by Bonneville Insurance Agency

Are You Ready for the Next Step?

No one likes to think about what will happen when they are no longer around or able to make important decisions, but if you are a small business owner, then nothing could be more important for the future of your company. Succession planning is the practice of drawing up a plan for what will happen to your business if you pass away, retire, or become... Read Article

Five Books Every Business Owner Needs to Read

After combing through some of the best business titles published more recently, Adam Groves, librarian and information resources analyst at Erie Insurance, narrowed the list to these gems. His list of book recommendations for business owners has it all with themes that include teamwork, impact, leadership and more. Here are five books to keep your business thriving this year: 1. Your ability to connect with... Read Article

9 Reasons Why Your Car Won’t Start

It’s a beautiful day outside. The sun is shining and the weather is perfect. You slide into your car, ready to start your busy day, when—uh oh!— your car won’t start. There are many reasons why your car won’t start. Before calling for help, there are things you can check yourself. For starters, make sure the steering wheel isn’t locked. An empty gas tank is... Read Article

New York Homeowners: Tips on How to Hire a Contractor and Avoid Home Repair Problems

Hiring a contractor is a big step in any home improvement project. Whether you’re looking for someone to do a small repair or planning an addition to your home, it’s important to make sure you’ve hired someone you can trust to do the job. To help you get your project off to a good start, we’ve pulled together some tips to consider when you’re getting... Read Article

What to Include in a Car Emergency Kit

Stranded, cold and hungry along the highway is nowhere you’d want to be. A well-stocked emergency roadside kit could help you get back on the road quickly and safely. (And if you’re stuck, at least you’ll be stuck with a snack and a warm blanket.) Pre-assembled kits are available to purchase, but you might want to assemble your own or customize a purchased kit. Consider... Read Article