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The Weimer Group Blog: insurance

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  Do you have the coverage needed for student loans? Your child is going off to college. This can be very expensive.  Many tuition loans are co-signed by parents and grandparents and sadly, educational institutions do not forgive education loans in the event of death. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer My first thought when first approached about writing a blog on National Insurance Awareness Day was how can I make this more interesting?  By itself, insurance tends to be a somewhat humble topic – not especially glamorous or exciting to talk about, but important and necessary when you need it. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer I have to confess that in the wake of the severe storms that ripped through our area a few weeks ago I’ve had tornadoes on my mind quite a bit.  They’re somewhat foreign to us, as we usually don’t see too many here in southeastern Pennsylvania. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer Summer season is nearly upon us!  What happened to spring?  As usual, our spring season is rather fleeting here in southeastern Pennsylvania and we have had quite a bit of precipitation to further forestall it. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer Wouldn’t you agree with that title?  The depth and scope of what mothers mean to their children, grandchildren, children-in-law and stepchildren simply cannot be captured in merely one day every year.  Although originally instituted in 1914 as a national holiday in the U. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer If you’ve read some of my previous blogs, you’ll know that I was a school bus driver.  I transported teens and children every day, so it’s safe to say that they caught on to most of my driving habits, even if they didn’t always realize it. READ MORE >>

By Andrea Moyer Few things in life are more rewarding than finally getting your own place.  Whether it’s a purchase for which you’ve been saving or the first month’s rent on a place that’s won your heart, the day that you move out on your own will be one you’ll remember. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer What does March mean to you?  Warmer weather and a much-needed respite from snowfall? As I write this I’m listening to some overenthusiastic birds chirping away and it is a most welcome noise.  It’s almost as though they knew the very minute the calendar turned to March and synchronized their tunes accordingly. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer We’ve had some weird weather lately here in southeastern Pennsylvania.  We’ve had snow, ice, a polar vortex displacement and buckets of rain.  That’s to say nothing of the weekly temperature fluctuations which continue to drive us all crazy and wreak havoc on our immune systems. READ MORE >>

By: Andrea Moyer Have you ever heard of a Round Tuit?  I received one the other week and had no idea what it was until I read the inscription: This is a Tuit.  Guard it with your life as Tuits are hard to come by, especially the round ones.  This is an indispensable item. READ MORE >>

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