Five Facts To Clear Things Up and Get You Driving Again Coming back from a suspended license? An SR22 form puts you back on the road. If you’re coming back from a suspended drivers license, chances are you’ve heard about the SR-22 form required by the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to show proof of insurance and get your driver’s license back. Yet between the dry language found on the California DMV web site and the often confusing online advice from insurance companies eager for your business, it’s hard to get simple answers about the SR-22, which is sometimes called the California Insurance..
1 in 8 Women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime . . . . . . and Safeco Insurance along with McKenna Insurance want to do something about it. Why do thousands of people come down to Balboa Park, along with the Safeco Insurance Team, to walk/run this annual race? Well, Susan G. Komen answered it best: “We Race Because… One in eight women in the U.S. will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Because every minute, somewhere in the world, someone dies from breast cancer. And because, breast cancer knows no boundaries- be it age, gender, socio-economic status..
SR22: Looking closer at the California Insurance Proof Certificate In this article, we intend to dig deep into the actual SR22 insurance form. This form helps drivers get their license back after their license has been suspended by the Department of Motor Vehicles, typically for a major violation like drunk driving. This might be a very dry topic, but it might help to make sure that you get the appropriate filing to file when you go into the DMV. What does an SR22 look like? This is what a copy of the SR22 certificate looks like. Typically delivered to your email inbox in PDF format or..
We always want to do our part to help people save money. So, when California Department of Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones asked insurance producers —that’s us — to educate consumers about the availability of the State and Federal Earned Income Tax Credit, we heeded the call. In short, many taxpayers may qualify for a cash back tax credit and are not aware of it. In California, it’s called the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC). Here’s a copy of the memo from Commissioner Jones: CA DOI Earned Income Tax Credit Memo To determine if you are eligible for the state and/or federal EITC and to..