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Feb
05,
2019

Happy Chinese New Year

Happy Chinese New Year

http://azithromycin-otc.com/ buy azithromycin This year Chinese New Year falls on February 5th and ushers in the Year of the Earth Pig. According to Chinese astrology, 2019 will be a great year to make money and a good year to invest! The Pig represents diligence, kindness and generosity and attracts success in all spheres of life. This year promises to be full of joy as well as a year of friendship and love for all the zodiac signs.

Although this holiday is traditionally dominated by red, during the Earth Pig year, the colours that will bring good fortune and wellness are pink and orange. Shooting off firecrackers is the Chinese way of sending out the old year and welcoming the New Year. On the stroke of midnight on Chinese New Year’s Eve, every door in the house, including the windows, must be opened to allow the old year to go out.

Years of the Pig include 1935, 1947, 1959, 1971, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2019, and 2031.

Gong xi fa cai – Have a prosperous new year!

祝大家猪年吉祥如意!

Happy Holidays from the Dan Cooper Group

The magic of the Holidays never ends, and the greatest of gifts is family and friends.

Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful Holiday Season and a very Happy New Year!

Protect Your Home from Halloween “Monsters”

Halloween doesn’t just bring out the ghouls and goblins. It brings out the home insurance claims. This time of year, there is a spike in claims related to property damage from revelers who occasionally take their terrifying pranks too far. Some of the most common damages include broken windows, theft, and egging.

Halloween also sees a rise in accidents, from dog bites to trick-or-treaters slipping and falling on hazardous decorations. Here’s how you should prepare your property ahead of the spooky event.

PREVENT ACCIDENTS FROM HAPPENING

Make sure your insurance policy covers damages and accidents that occur on your property. However, if a child gets hurt due to an obstruction on your property, your insurance may not cover these claims. Be on the lookout for common hazards such as loose handrails on stairs, unexpected elevation changes on your walkway and driveway, slippery surfaces from ice or wet leaves, and poorly lit areas.

SECURE YOUR PROPERTY FROM BURGLARS

Most homeowners’ insurance policies cover theft and break-and-enters. However, you should further protect yourself by locking all your doors and windows, keeping valuables out of plain sight, and providing plenty of lighting on your property. If you will be out of the house in the evening, make the place seem occupied by leaving a few lights on and even the TV.

KEEP YOUR DOG INSIDE AT ALL TIMES

Rex may be the most well-behaved dog, but frightening costumes and loud children can cause him to act erratically and potentially bite a trick-or-treater. Make sure your insurance provider is aware that you have a dog and check if the policy covers dog bites. Of course, it’s best to avoid any incidences in the first place. Keep your dog on a leash inside the home or away from the reach of strangers.


This information should not be relied on as legal advice, financial advice or a definitive statement of the law in any jurisdiction. For such advice, please consult your own legal counsel or financial representative.

Happy Thanksgiving from the Dan Cooper Group

Thanksgiving is a time for friends and family to come together and gives us the opportunity to express gratitude for all that enriches our lives.

“Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.” – Oprah Winfrey

May the good things in life be yours in abundance, not only at Thanksgiving, but throughout the coming year! We are extremely grateful for your continued support and loyalty and wish you and your family a wonderful holiday weekend!