Giving back has always been part of the heartbeat of IMG. Three years ago, IMG launched “Project IMpact,” a program dedicated to serving non-profit organizations in our communities. Typically during the Fall, our team of employees breaks into groups over a two week time period, volunteering to help support the needs of those organizations. This year, we were so excited to ADD a Project Impact for Spring 2020. But right as we were getting all the details into place, COVID-19 changed everything…for everyone.
Living in the Midwest, one thing I think we all look forward to is the coming of SPRING. Spring is a time of renewal and new life. A welcomed relief from the bitter Indiana cold.
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Is the cost of healthcare causing your employees to complain and become frustrated, when all you want them to know is that you understand their pain? You are paying more, too! A lot more! Do you feel
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Whether you’re excited or holding back tears, watching your student move out to head to colleg
Let’s be real here. Everybody loves saving money. A lot of people don’t realize the discounts available on your personal insurance. Today, we will discuss FIVE discounts that can significantly decrease premium, and are actually quite simple to qualify for- some of them may be as simple as making a phone call to update your information!
Everyone loves the beautiful oak tree in the backyard on a sunny, spring afternoon. But what happens when trees become a potential insurance claim? What’s covered? How is it covered? What’s NOT covered? How can I help prevent a claim as a result of a tree? Let’s dig into the root of the issue with a few scenarios.
A hot topic of conversation in the office, recently, is why it is important to think about having an Umbrella policy. Many times, when people hear about Umbrella policies, they automatically think that it’s way too expensive, that only wealthy people can afford. That actually isn’t the case. What we have found is that there are so many real life examples of people who thought that their home or auto policy limits would be enough, but in the end, wish they’d had more coverage, because they were left with expenses that they weren’t prepared for.