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Author: Josh Troup

December 15, 2019

12 Days of Santa’s Insurance- Day 4

While it’s hard to imagine Santa’s elves suing their holly jolly employer, it would be wise for Santa to have the right insurance coverage in place, just in case.   An employment practices liability policy would protect against lawsuits by elves claiming wrongful termination, harassment, or poor working conditions. The elves have a happy, healthy […]

December 13, 2019

12 Days of Santa’s Insurance – Day 2

Santa’s sleigh would be grounded without his team of famous flyers, so he needs to make sure they are properly insured. While Santa’s reindeer seem to be well-behaved and remarkably long-lived, there are some situations where it would be wise to consider insuring the herd. Santa’s options include: • Liability and property coverage If one […]

December 12, 2019

12 Days of Santa’s Insurance – Day 1

It’s crunch time at the North Pole; to help, Sholley Insurance Agency has analyzed Santa’s workers’ compensation risk and how he mitigates his elves’ injuries. Santa’s elves are the hardest working toy-makers around. They must be in order to operate the most immense toy manufacturing facility in the world. From woodworking and painting to assembly […]

November 27, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving

It’s Thanksgiving-eve and we are all thinking about the great time we’ll have with friends and family tomorrow….and, of course, all of the yummy FOOD! Here at the Sholley Insurance Agency, we love Thanksgiving and all that it represents. In the spirit of giving thanks and having fun, we thought we’d share some interesting statistics […]

February 15, 2017

IRS takes to heart Trump’s executive order to “minimize the economic burdens” of the ACA.

“Following President Donald Trump’s executive order instruction agencies to provide relief from the health law, the Internal Revenue Service appears to be taking a more lax approach to the coverage requirement.” See the link below for the full article. http://reason.com/blog/2017/02/14/irs-blow-to-obamacare-individual-mandate