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Rise in Loss Costs Equals Higher Insurance Costs

I guess since the insurance companies are increasing their rates

I will increase mine. Thanks for the info Glass bytes.

What's good for the goose is good for the gander right?

My cost of doing business is up from last year across the board.

1.Phone bill increased

2.Legal fee's have gone up

3.Our Accountant increased her hourly by 10.00 per hour from last year

4.I gave my installers and office staff a raise, that is normal right?

5.Electric bill has increased from last year

6.Water bill has increased

7.Taxes have increased

8. Rent on our building increased

9.Vehicle maintenance has increased

So it seems rather silly the Insurance Companies, Tpa's and Nags

want to tell us we need to discount our services.

Well tell that to all 9 items above, tell them we have to except less

so we are simply going to pay them less. Yea Right see how long your

Lights stay on and see how long your accountant continues doing your books

and see how long you have employee's?

The answer is bill direct and what ever they short pay sue for the balance.

when enough of you understand this concept you will force the industry

to make changes.

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