A Closer Look 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..
CA DOI Requests Producers to Educate Consumers on Tax Credit
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..
Mercury Insurance Reaffirms McKenna’s Gold Level Status
These days, not many insurance companies take the time to reach out to their agents and give them a pat on the back. Well, we were pleasantly surprised when we received this letter dated April 21, 2014. The letter is from the top gun at Mercury Insurance Group — Gabe Tirador, President & CEO. The letter is in recognition of McKenna Insurance Services again qualifying for Mercury’s highest level (Gold) of the Service Excellence program. I have to admit, the first thing I did after reading this was to pinch the signature section of the letter with my thumb and index finger, rub it..
Patrick McKenna Recipient of CPCU Society Leadership Award
As a young lad, I played soccer every year from the time I was in kindergarten to about 6th grade (when finally, I was able to switch over to flag football at the grade school I attended). Seems like certificates for participating are more the fashion these days, but back in the ’80s, after the season ended there was an awards ceremony — and at those ceremonies they handed out trophies! Now, for some particular reason, my father really liked it when anyone in the family (including himself) got a trophy — kind of a “bring honor to the family” type deal. With 11..