If you spent the summer at your cottage, you probably made many great memories and had a blast. But now the warm season’s over and it’s time to close up.
Those of us with cottages often think of our summer homes away from home with reverence. We treasure whatever time we get to flee the city to our cottage in the lush, verdant countryside. And yet, there are also times when we’re willing to sacrifice our sacred vacation times for the benefit of others.
Unlike the agile and innovative entrepreneurs they serve, insurance companies have taken much flack for being slow to adapt to technological change. In particular, the recent growth of autonomous vehicles have the industry scrambling to adapt in the face of potential disruption.
Although cloudy weather hasn’t yet fully cleared, Ontarians are no doubt already planning their vacation getaways. And with the post-secondary semester about to end, many families will have more time to reunite and go on that trip they’ve always wanted. If this sounds like you, here are some tips from The Shepherd Group to make the most of your vacation.
With cottage season just around the corner, many of us are excitedly packing our bags for the scenic drive north. But even though our summer homes beckon toward seeming bliss and idyllic sunshine, risks and pitfalls lurk in this utopia. We’ve rounded up some of the most common struggles people face when vacationing at their cottages and ways to avoid these struggles. Read on to find The Shepherd Group’s top tips for successfully opening your cottage this summer.
It was with some concern we found out that cancer rates are increasing among young people, reversing 60 years of continuous decline. According to the American Cancer Society, colorectal cancer rates have increased with each successive generation after 1960. One factor driving this increase may be sedentary lifestyles as we sit more and more at our desks and in our cars.
Premium increases remain one of the most frustrating aspects of insurance for our clients. For John, the 10 percent increase on his motorcycle renewal seemed particularly unjustified because he had no convictions or changes over the last year and so he instructed us to source an alternate solution.