Henderson Brothers’ Rob Hippert Awarded Chartered Property Casualty Underwritier (CPCU) Designation

PITTSBURGH, November 7, 2016 – Rob Hippert, Account Executive in the Commercial Lines department at Henderson Brothers, Inc., recently was awarded the designation of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), a professional designation conferred by The Institutes, a risk and insurance knowledge group. Hippert successfully completed eight required courses and exams which included but are not … Continued

Renee Anderegg hired as Senior Sales Assistant

Renee Anderegg has joined HB Retirement as a Senior Sales Assistant. Anderegg will use her 10 years of industry experience to assist with preparation for appointments, process paperwork, and address client questions. She will also work to help ensure compliance and implement the team’s service processes. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Seton Hill University. … Continued

Homeowners’ Insurance 101

A homeowners’ insurance policy insures your home and the items you keep in it. This video will help simplify and explain some important aspects of your homeowners’ policy, and why it is important for you to be aware of the limits and coverages found within it.

4 Things Google Never Told You About Your Deductible

Though it might have, if you’d asked. Your deductible is the set dollar amount you have to spend on certain health care services before insurance covers them. 1. A low deductible doesn’t always mean you’re paying less for health care. Typically, the lower your deductible is, the higher your monthly premium will be. A low … Continued

Benjamin Rathfon hired as LPL Financial Advisor

  Benjamin Rathfon has joined HB Retirement as an LPL Financial Advisor. Rathfon will use his eight years of industry experience to educate investors and help plan participants prepare for the challenges of retirement. Rathfon earned his Bachelor’s degree from Allegheny College, and he holds the Series 6, 7, 63, and 65 registrations with LPL … Continued

Seven small ways you can stop identity theft

    Identity theft can cause a lot of damage— so it’s best to make it as hard as possible for someone to steal your identity. Shred financial documents and paperwork with personal information before you discard them. Only give your Social Security number when absolutely necessary. Don’t write it on checks or carry your … Continued

Three Responsible Ways to Start Planning Your Next Vacation

    You know you are getting old when you consider springing for insurance for plane tickets. Spontaneity is fun and all, but a little planning when it comes to your next trip can save you serious money and heartache; and insuring your tickets shouldn’t be the only thing you plan for on your next … Continued