Think back to the days prior to 9-11. In those days a decade ago, we were on the brink of a social media and networking revolution. Since then we have learned about cyber-terrorism, heard stories about the ills and benefits of social networking, and most of us learn more through Twitter than the evening news. We can access our documents in a "cloud" now and do most anything from our tablets and phones. This all brings great benefits to large and small businesses alike.

You are a small business owner and have done everything you can to make sure that your employees have a safe work environment. You make regular repairs, and you have your employees well trained on emergency and safety precautions concerning the type of work you have done. Yet despite this you have an injury that has just occurred in your building. What is your next step? First let’s start off with what Worker’s Compensation insurance involves.

Technology has become such an integral part of our lives and our businesses that it seems that we cannot get away from it. As business owners it is becoming more common for us to deal in virtual tender. We are constantly using and handling highly sensitive data like bank account, debit card, and credit card numbers. With this virtual info the threat of breaches in security for you and your clients is great. You need to know what to do in order to protect your business and your clients no matter what may come.

As an insurance agent I hear so many people talking about how stressed their lives are and how big a hurry they always face. One thing that I have heard people ask is "can lowering my stress help my health?" In today’s busy and hurried world we tend to be reluctant to slow down and take a few minutes to just take a breath. Here at The Hoffman Agency we are interested in more than selling you the insurance coverage that you need and deserve. We also like to make sure our customers are living healthy and balanced lives.

One of the most common questions we hear today is "can I save money on my homeowners insurance?" While the base answer is yes, it is important to keep in mind that just like with anything else, cutting corners could be dangerous if you cut from the wrong areas. There are other less risky ways to save on your home insurance costs if you know what to do. Rather than taking the leap into searching for a new insurance provider, first take