How do I start a Trucking Company?

How do I start a Trucking Company?

Here at Barbee Jackson Insurance we deal with new trucking start ups on a daily basis. Today I am going to go over the basics of what you need to do once you decide to start a new trucking venture. It is obviously important that you decide what to haul and make sure you have […]

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How to Get a Dealer’s License in Florida?

How to Get a Dealer’s License in Florida?

Whether your hobby is buying and selling cars, or you have decided to go out on your own and start a dealership, it is important to know what steps to take get started. In this blog I will walk you through what you need to do, and when you need to do it, so that […]

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Trucking Insurance – High Driver Turnover Will Put You Out of Business

Trucking Insurance - High Driver Turnover Will Put You Out of Business

How does driver turnover cause trucking operations to close their doors? From an insurance standpoint high driver turnover equals more claims. Claim activity can make you unprofitable for the insurance carrier causing them to non-renew your policy. Sure, you can look for a new insurance company, but those claims will follow you for three years […]

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Coronavirus Stimulus Bill

Getting Back to Business During COVID-19

Getting Back to Business During COVID-19 Published March 26,2020 Many of us remember the Financial Crisis of 2008. BIG businesses and banks received billions of dollars of economic relief from the tax payers for an economic crisis that they created. During this period millions of small businesses went under and millions of American workers lost […]

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Want to be Smarter? How about Exercising More!

Want to be Smarter? How about Exercising More!

We all know that exercise reduces the odds of developing heart disease, stroke, diabetes, improves your mood, plus it increases your focus, but what about your brain? Does exercising make you smarter? The University of British Columbia published a paper where researchers found that regular exercise that increases your heart rate and stimulates your sweat […]

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Florida Back-to-School Tax Holiday – 2019

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Yes, it’s that time of year again…Back-to-School Tax Holiday! First for the good news. Personal computers and certain computer-related accessories that are $1,000 or less are now Tax Exempt. That is a huge improvement over last year when Florida lawmakers failed to include personal computers in the exempt category. The rest of the items are […]

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Crestview Life Insurance

Crestview Life Insurance

Nobody likes to think about the death of a loved one, but in the end, we are all going to die. If you knew the exact age of your death buying Life Insurance would be ease…just buy it the day before. But it is not that easy. You need to plan in accordance with your […]

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Is a Career as an Insurance Agent Right for you?

Is A Career as an Insurance Agent Right for You?

  Let’s clear up one thing before we start, the death of the Insurance Agent is not happening any time soon and will probably never happen. In fact, employment of insurance agents is expected to grow 10 percent over the next ten years, which is faster than the average job growth expectation for similar fields. […]

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5 Things you Need to Know about Rental Home Insurance

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Insuring rental properties is much different than insuring your primary residence. As a property owner you face losses from unforeseen scenarios that could result in the loss of the home or other monetary damage. The most common losses we see to rentals homes are fire and smoke damage. For example, as a result of a […]

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Turkey Fryer Safety Tips

Like many other Americans, this Thanksgiving our family will be deep frying our turkey. A time-honored tradition at the Barbee household. It is important to remember safety. According to the National Fire Protection Association, every year deep-fryer fires are responsible for more than $15 Million in property damage, 60 injuries and five (5) deaths each […]

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