In the next couple weeks, people all around the Denver area should have a little extra time to enjoy the rich holiday activities that the metro area has to offer. If you’re not sure where to go, Square State Insurance has you covered with some of the top holiday suggestions for the Denver area. Ready the hot cocoa, warm up the car and get the family bundled up for these great seasonal activities.
Halloween is only a few days away, and if you have yet to celebrate by visiting a corn maze or haunted house, time is running out. Denver Halloween destinations are among the best in the nation, and there is a lot to see for both the kids and adults. This year Halloween falls on a Monday. This means you have the coming weekend and Monday night to spend indulging in Halloween activities. So don’t wait, this weekend is the time to head to most of these destinations before they’re gone for the year.
Every September, Colorado is witness to a beautiful fall event – the turning of the aspen trees. This quintessential Colorado tree presents a spectacle of color as the fall weather sets in, and their bright green leaves turn a brilliant yellow in mid September. The exact time they turn is dependent on the elevation where the trees reside. Rest assured, any trip in later September in the mountains is sure to yield some prime aspen viewing. If you’re not sure where to go for fall aspen viewing, we’ve picked out several areas located in the Front Range. Make sure to plan a road trip before the season is through!
As a college student transitions from the rhythm of classes and exams into the professional world, a lot can change with how they handle insurance. In some circumstances, a student might not even own a car or rent independently during their time at school. Others will have a full range of insurance coverage already. Regardless, choosing insurance for young professionals can be confusing for some, so let’s examine all the important coverage options they should consider as they get their first professional job.
I was recently asked a question about credit by one of our Square State Insurance clients, and thought I would share the answer here for our readers.
There are a lot of things that go into homeowners and auto insurance rates, one of them being credit rating. I’ve heard a lot of complaints from people who don’t like the fact that insurance companies use credit in their underwriting.
Some people have absolutely no idea that it’s used in the rate at all.