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7 Proven Ways to Beat the Winter Blues

By this time of year most of us are tired of the dreary days and cold temperatures that are part of our winter months.  But for some, it is more than just a dislike for our drawn out winters, it can actually deepen into what many refer to as the winter blues, known clinically as […]

How to Avoid a Winter Disaster

Winters in Indiana can be soooo… unpredictable.  We often seem to fluctuate between milder temps and little precipitation to full blown ice and snow storms accompanied by freezing temperatures.  When severe weather strikes it can cause some catastrophic damage to a home, individual, and business if precautions are not taken.  Here are some of our […]

The Importance of Having a Clean Driving Record

A clean driving record can keep your insurance rates low, enhance your job prospects, avoid substantial financial consequences, and even improve your overall health. What’s Revealed in Your Driving History Your driving history includes information about your driver’s license; information on traffic tickets and speeding tickets; and penalties like points, fines, suspensions and revocations.  It […]

Is Your Business Ready for Winter Weather?

Snow, ice and high winds can all cause havoc and disrupt normal business operations.  Here are a few suggestions on getting your business ready for winter to keep your employees safe and to avoid property damage. Go Over Plans With Your Employees Start by having a team meeting to discuss the most common seasonal hazards […]

Retirement Planning for Any Stage of Your Life

Are you a millennial, Gen Xer or Baby Boomer?  Depending on which group you fall into will determine just what you should be doing at your stage of life in order to retire comfortably in roughly 40, 25 or 5 years. Creating a Viable Retirement Plan at Any Age For anyone putting together a financial […]

Jenny Hall — A True Asset to Her Clients

Getting to Know Us The Mitchell Agency Team is made up of a group of professionals that know their industry and clients well.  They are knowledgeable, dedicated and always work with the client’s best interest in mind.  They are also fun loving, have some interesting hobbies, and give back to our community in many different […]

Money Traps That Can Be Very Costly

According to Dave Ramsey, a well-known speaker on financial topics, “Managing money is 80% behavior and 20% head knowledge.  It’s what you do, not what you know.”    Here are a few money traps that with a little knowledge you can avoid some very costly mistakes.  By doing so you’ll be in a stronger financial […]

Halloween Fire Safety Tips

Children (and many adults) look forward to Halloween when they get dressed up in scary costumes, go trick-or-treating, and attend parties. These Halloween activities include decorations of glowing jack-o-lanterns; paper ghosts and goblins; and dried cornstalks and hay bales adorning our front porches. These fun activities and decorations also can present potential fire risks that […]

How to Avoid Compiling Huge Student Debt

The Class of 2016 just graduated with an average student loan debt of $37, 172, up six percent from last year. This means that for the next 10 years these individuals will be paying over $400 a month to repay their loans. Student debt impacts new graduates in a number of ways. It often means […]

Get the Most Out of Your Next Vacation

How often do we hear from someone who has just returned from a vacation the lament that “they need a vacation from their vacation.”  This typically implies that the stress-free, carefree vacation they were hoping for did not happen. Why Vacations are Important Enjoying your time away from work and your normal routine is important […]