It’s a common misconception but, generally speaking, you don’t pay any more for insurance purchased through an independent broker vs. coverage directly purchased from a carrier. Click on the video below for more on that and other reasons to use a broker.
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO. – CCIG, one of the nation’s leading business insurance brokerages, has expanded its executive team, naming Andrew Mahoney as Executive Vice President. Mahoney, who had been CCIG’s Middle Market co-Director of Sales and Associate VP, will play a key role in enhancing the firm’s client-service offerings, as well as driving CCIG’s growth… Read more »
GREENWOOD VILLAGE, COLO. – CCIG, one of the nation’s leading business insurance brokerages, has promoted Jacob Cook to Chief Financial Officer. Cook, who has been CCIG’s controller since 2015, will focus on the firm’s long-term strategic financial planning, analysis, accounting, internal audit and regulatory reporting. He also will be responsible for the company’s relationships with… Read more »
Splurging on your loved ones. It’s as much of a holiday tradition as caroling and sleigh rides. But if you’re really going big, say a 10-carat ring, a valuable piece of art or a full-length mink, the next thing you’ll want to do after picking out your holiday gift is to call your insurance broker…. Read more »
Up to 40 percent of California’s marijuana growers saw their operations either disrupted or destroyed by wildfires that erupted across the state. And that was last year, before the recent devasting Camp fire tore through Paradise, Calif., destroying thousands of structures and killing dozens of people. Paradise happens to be in Butte County, which is… Read more »
As any building contractor will attest, the past few years have been very, very, very good for most anyone capable of swinging a hammer. A construction boom in the Denver metro area, underway for several years, has shown no sign of letting up, with as much as $4 billion in big projects either breaking ground… Read more »
Imagine you own a preschool. Now imagine a nasty storm comes barreling through and unleashes torrential flooding, howling winds that knock down walls and, in general, just lots and lots of havoc. Your business property insurance covers your buildings and contents, but what about the disruption to your business? You might be forced to shut… Read more »
There’s good news for anyone looking to save more for their retirement: Participants in 401(k) and other defined contribution retirement accounts will see their annual contribution cap raised from $18,500 to $19,000 in 2019, according to just-announced Internal Revenue Service limits. The new limit will also apply to 403(b), Thrift Savings and most 457 retirement… Read more »