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ADJUSTER VS. CONTRACTOR: IMPROVE CONTRACTOR INSPECTIONS

Independent adjusters are sometimes required to meet with a contractor to review damages. An adjuster’s goal is to reach an agreement with the contractor and work toward a speedy claim closure. Many contractors are reasonable professionals but, sometimes their goal is to increase their profit margin. In this article, you will learn a few tips to improve contractor inspections.

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Self Employment Tax Tips: 4 Tips for New Independent Adjusters

Self employment tax tips for independent insurance adjusters in their first year. Self employment taxes don't have to be daunting with these tips.

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Insurance Claim Handling After Hurricanes: Always be Empathetic

Insurance claim handling after hurricanes may require more empathy than other situations. This post gives ways to be more empathetic to these customers.

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INDEPENDENT ADJUSTER TIPS: WHAT TO WEAR

As an independent adjuster, clothing is an important piece of your role. The field requires adjusters to present themselves professionally in various climates and disaster areas, requiring one’s clothing to possess durability and be adjustable for a diverse set of elements. While adjusters travel to flooded areas, climb roofs with abrasive material, or undergo prolonged periods in the sun, they also need to maintain a professional appearance. Below, we have found a few of the top performing brands for the most industrious adjuster.

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AN INDEPENDENT ADJUSTER’S GUIDE TO WRITE-OFFS

Each year, when tax season rolls around, you’re bound to hear people talk about all of the things they’re going to “write-off” on their taxes.  While write-offs are a great tool for independent adjusters who want to minimize tax liability and maximize the money in their pocket, it is important to understand the basics of tax deductions.  Keys to success include understanding what a write-off is, how it affects tax liability and, most importantly, what exactly can be written off.

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THE VIEW FROM ALL SIDES – ARE PUBLIC ADJUSTERS GOOD OR BAD?

The goal of the insurance company is to settle a claim for as little money as possible. It’s why insurance policies are laden with legal terms and doublespeak to the point that policyholders really have no idea what their policy does and doesn’t cover.  This confusion may prompt policyholders to hire a public adjuster unnecessarily. The truth is, many public adjusters don’t review every detail of a policy and may even, occasionally, represent a claim that is not even covered.

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POLICYHOLDER EDUCATION: WHY DID MY CHIMNEY CRUMBLE?

It happens more often than you may think – a brick chimney suddenly collapses, resulting in thousands of dollars in repair and cleanup costs. As an independent adjuster, you may find yourself face to face with a distraught homeowner. What will you tell them?

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PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS WITH THE RIGHT CHECKING ACCOUNT

As a self-employed, independent adjuster, one of the first things to do for your business should be setting up a bank account. Most people already have a personal checking account but you should establish yourself the right way with the right checking account. There are a lot of benefits to having a business account but here are some of the top reasons you must have a separate account for your adjusting business.

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HOMEOWNERS’ INSURANCE FRAUD – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Insurance fraud is more common than you think and there is a good chance you may have already committed it. Homeowners who inflate their losses on a claim are committing insurance fraud and, while it may seem harmless, it adds up to big bucks every year – with jail time for perpetrators, in extreme cases.

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Fire Risk: 7 Tips to Lower Fire Risk and How Your City Rank for Fire Risk

The Hartford Home Fire Index has identified 100 U.S. cities with the highest fire risk. How do you think your city ranks? The top five cities for fire risk are the following...

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