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7 Insurance Policies to Consider For Life's Major Moments

Posted by Parker Beauchamp on Jul 29, 2014

The following post is a summary of our recently published ebook, The Insurance Purchasing Guide to Life’s Major Moments.

If you are interested in learning more about the risks associated with life’s major milestones, insurance policies designed to cover these exposures and advice for how to approach insurance during these times, download the full ebook here.

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Topics: Personal Insurance

The Journey Continues: Arrival At Camp 1, Alpamayo

Posted by INGUARD Team on Jul 22, 2014

On July 13, INGUARD’s adventurous CEO, Parker Beauchamp, began a 16-day journey with Rainer Mountaineering, Inc. (RMI Expeditions) to attempt the summit of Alpamayo in the Peruvian Andes. Despite its reputation as one of the world’s most beautiful mountains, Alpamayo’s exceptionally steep peak presents a challenging and unique experience for those who climb its glacial ridges.

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Topics: INGUARD News

INGUARD Renews $40,000 Sponsorship Of Wabash County Promise

Posted by INGUARD Team on Jul 15, 2014

National Firm Funds Local Initiative to Support Youth

INGUARD, an insurance and risk management firm headquartered in Wabash, Indiana, is the presenting sponsor of the Wabash County Promise. INGUARD is proud to renew its $40,000 annual commitment to support the local initiative, led by the Wabash County YMCA, which is designed to support local youth in their college and career identity development.

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Topics: INGUARD News, Community Investment

3 Steps to Managing the Climb of Your Life

Posted by Parker Beauchamp on Jul 11, 2014

Insights into risk management for climbing and business, and announcement of my July 2014 expedition to Alpamayo, Peru.

It may seem like an unlikely correlation to draw, but the assessment and risk mitigation practices used by climbers are quite similar to those employed by insurance and risk management professionals.

My first-hand experience in insurance, as well as climbing, has shown me that both practitioners select a route that ensures the best chances of success. We strive to reach agreed upon objectives and safety (be it financial or physical).

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Topics: INGUARD News, Risk Management