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No matter what point you're at in life, you have unique insurance needs.
So when it comes to protecting your greatest assets - 'one-size-fits-all'
insurance services might not provide you the peace of mind you need.
With more than 25 years of combined experience serving the community's
auto, home and life insurance needs, we can provide you with options
that work for you.

For all of life's ups and downs - we'll be there for you.

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February 02 at 06:33am
Lets see what he has to say today?

January 26 at 09:29am
Every year thousands of U.S. taxpayer’s fall victim to tax-related identity theft. Credit monitoring services are good but they can’t catch everything. One area where we need to be extra vigilant is when it comes to our taxes. What are the signs to look for and what do you do if you become a victim. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) provided guidance below is a great place to start. What is tax-related identity theft? Tax-related identity theft occurs when someone uses your stolen Social Security Number (SSN) to file a tax return claiming a fraudulent refund. You may be unaware that this has happened until you file your return and discover that a return already has been filed using your SSN. Or, the IRS may send you a letter saying we have identified a suspicious return using your SSN. Know the warning signs Be alert to possible tax-related identity theft if you are contacted by the IRS or your tax professional/provider about: •More than one tax return was filed using your SSN. •You owe additional tax, refund offset or have had collection actions taken against you for a year you did not file a tax return. •IRS records indicate you received wages or other income from an employer for whom you did not work. Steps to take if you become a victim If you are a victim of identity theft, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recommends these steps: •File a complaint with the FTC at identitytheft.gov. •Contact one of the three major credit bureaus to place a ‘fraud alert’ on your credit records: ◦Equifax, www.Equifax.com, 1-800-766-0008 ◦Experian, www.Experian.com, 1-888-397-3742 ◦TransUnion, www.TransUnion.com, 1-800-680-7289 •Contact your financial institutions, and close any financial or credit accounts opened without your permission or tampered with by identity thieves. For more information on tax-related identify theft, please visit the IRS website at: https://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Identity-Protection

January 21 at 02:54pm
Our customer found this just in time. Please, inspect all possible fire hazards on a regular basis.

January 18 at 09:33am
Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his legacy of inspiring others to service.

January 08 at 01:34pm
Have you updated your home inventory after the holidays? We can help you protect your personal belongings. Contact our office today at 715-544-4665

January 06 at 11:06am
Before you head out ice fishing, please be careful

January 05 at 06:25am
What you are doing to make 2016 your best year ever?

December 31 at 12:22pm
Start 2016 off right!

December 31 at 12:21pm
Happy New Year from everyone at the Point Insurance Agency!

December 28 at 03:10pm
Please be safe!