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Celebrating Decades of Service

Posted by Amanda Riley on January 30, 2020

30 Years: Robert Broome is a Managing Partner of Broome Associates, and serves as Business Insurance Consultant. Robert is a member of the Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina and the Lake Hickory Rotary Club, and has been active in the community as the Chairman of the Executive Board of the Catawba County Chamber of […]

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Social Security and Medicare Integration

Posted by Amanda Riley on January 3, 2020

    This blog post is brought to you by Deaton Smith of Thayer Financial.   Social Security and Medicare Integration How Social Security Works I frequently receive questions when it comes to how Medicare and Social Security coordinate. Hopefully, I’ll answer a few of those questions with this article. Social Security is an amazing […]

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Client Appreciation Day

Posted by Broome Associates on November 22, 2019

We are thankful for you and your continued trust in Broome Associates! On December 4th, we would like to take a moment to say “Thank you” in person from 8-10am. At Broome Associates, our passion is helping people – our clients and community. Because of this, we have formed meaningful relationships with many of you, […]

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“Suitable” or In Your Best Interest: What Is Your Financial Advisor’s Standard of Care?

Posted by Broome Associates on May 14, 2019

When it comes to the person who manages your money, do you expect he or she is required to make decisions in your best interest financially? I’m guessing that you said yes and you probably assume your current advisor is already doing that. Not all financial advisors, however, are equal when it comes to the […]

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5 Ways to Prepare for Spring Storms

Posted by Broome Associates on April 9, 2019

Spring is finally here! Trees and flowers are blooming, the days are longer, and the storms are severe. Yes, as the temperatures fluctuate and warm, moist air meets cold, dry air, thunderstorms are a common phenomenon throughout the season. As many people tend to be unprepared for the unpredictability of these storms, we’ve provided a […]

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Welcome to Foothills Insurance Clients

Posted by Broome Associates on January 16, 2019

If you have been a Foothills Insurance client, welcome! We are honored that you have chosen Foothills Insurance Group to insure what you value most: your family and your valuable possessions. We are also excited about the recent partnership formed between Foothills Insurance Group and Broome Associates. This partnership expands your access to a local team […]

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Our Agency’s New Look with Keystone

Posted by Scott Broome on September 24, 2018

You might notice we have an updated logo which better reflects the enhanced community, expertise, and access that you have as a Keystone Partner Agency client. Keystone Insurers Group is a network of independent insurance agencies across 12 states and growing. Being a Keystone Partner Agency both strengthens and broadens our insurance carrier relationships. As […]

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What To Know About Your 2018-2019 Commercial Auto Renewal

Posted by Laura Thomas on August 29, 2018

As trusted advisors, our goal is to share updates as they pertain to all aspects of our clients’ insurance policies. We have received a letter from the North Carolina Reinsurance Facility, part of the North Carolina Rate Bureau, regarding a commercial auto surcharge that you might not notice on the bill but will increase your […]

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Don’t Leave Anything to Chance: Coverage Limits for Renters Insurance

Posted by Chelsea England on February 16, 2018

So you are renting a home or apartment, and you know that renters insurance is important for protecting your property. Maybe your landlord requires you to have it. What should you shop for? The first question to ask is what your landlord requires. Do they prefer a certain limit? The lowest coverage limit available is […]

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Commercial Property Insurance: Why to Consider Your Coinsurance Provision

Posted by Paula Johnson on February 2, 2018

Do you have an adequate limit of insurance on your commercial building? Be aware that if your business property is not adequately insured at the time of loss, you could be subject to a penalty. A standard provision in the commercial property insurance form is coinsurance. This provision states that you, as the insured, agree to […]

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