In this week’s episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, I interview my friend, referral partner, and property & casualty agent, Rich Ficca, owner of Florida Coastal Insurance Agency.
With many businesses feeling the sting of COVID-19 and the resulting loss in business, Rich and I discuss Business Interruption Insurance claims, specifically:
Please also visit our sponsor, Attorneys First Insurance, although Sam Cohen provides a different type of coverage (E&O Insurance for title companies and attorneys). Rich and Sam often refer clients to each other as they write different types of policies.
If you have questions about business interruption insurance, please: (a) subscribe to the podcast (for free) to automatically download next week’s episode (Part 2) where I interview attorney Jim Jenkins on this same topic, and (b) contact me by email, or visit my website, for additional information.
On this week’s episode of The Crushing Debt Podcast, we’re happy to have Brian Morris back on the show to talk about his new book - How to Wipe Your Dad’s Ass and Other Things his Doctor won’t tell you about Alzheimer’s.
Brian is NOT a doctor, nor is he a licensed caregiver for people suffering from dementia. Brian IS a son who watched and cared for his father who eventually did die from Alzheimer’s. Brian captures the end of his father’s life with raw, unfiltered reality and emotion. Brian also tells stories and gives practical advice to family members dealing with a loved one fighting this disease. I read this book and although I have no family members currently fighting dementia, I thought it was a fantastic book!
Brian and I discuss: (1) the financial impact of Alzheimer’s, (2) his purpose for writing the book, (3) the signs of dementia, (4) some “how to” and (5) other topics.
You can find the book on Amazon here.
You can contact Brian here.
You can visit Brian’s website here.
Please also visit out sponsor, Attorneys First Insurance, if you are an attorney or title company seeking malpractice insurance.
What can you do to protect your home from foreclosure if you’ve lost income or your job during the COVID-19 shutdown? As we re-emerge and re-open the economy in Phase 1, what should you do if you fell behind in your mortgage payments over the last few months?
I thank Money Talk 1010AM and Tampa Bay Today with Shriner for allowing me to use that interview to turn into today’s podcast episode.
The main point to understand is that the forbearance does NOT save your home; it merely gives you some breathing room in your budget. You still need to catch up your mortgage payments when the forbearance is over, like loan modifications and repayment plans, and why a refinance after a forbearance is a bad idea.
Please remember to visit our sponsor, Attorneys First Insurance, if you are an attorney or title company and need a quote for malpractice insurance. If Sam Cohen doesn’t answer on the first ring, you are eligible for a substantial cash prize, or at least a sincere apology.
In this week’s episode, I take some time to answer some great listener questions. Thank you all for keeping the questions coming in! I hope all of you are staying safe during the pandemic. Here in Tampa, FL (and in many other areas) starts Phase 1 to “reopen” the Country. We hope that everyone continues to stay safe and wash your hands!
Today, we cover:
Please also visit our sponsor, Sam Cohen, with Attorneys First Insurance, if you are an attorney or title company looking for an honest price on malpractice insurance.
Please continue to keep these great questions coming in, for us to answer on future episodes. Thank you for being a listener and please connect with me by email at Shawn@YesnerLaw.com, if there’s anything I can do to help as we hopefully emerge from this worldwide pandemic.