Friday, October 27, 2017

Insurance Eldon MO - Ashley Swegle Agency

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Saturday, February 11, 2017

The Cost of Raising a Child AKA Why You Need Life Insurance

The post The Cost of Raising a Child AKA Why You Need Life Insurance was first published at www.lifehappens.org

Each year the government (the USDA to be exact) publishes how much it costs to raise a child to 18. The number is staggering. It’s more money than most of us can imagine coming up with, which is why life insurance is so important. You can cover that sum—$233,610—for a modest monthly premium. A healthy 30-year-old, for example, can get $250,000 of term life insurance coverage for 20 years for about $13 a month. That is a small price to pay for both peace of mind, and having your child be OK financially if something were to happen to you.
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Saturday, January 21, 2017

Dam at Lake of the Ozarks to receive $52-million structural upgrades

Bagnell Dam, the hydroelectric dam that created Lake of the Ozarks from the Osage River, will receive structural upgrades starting this spring, Ameren Missouri announced Tuesday.
The structure will be outfitted with 68 new anchors to hold it into the bedrock, while new concrete will also be added to the downstream side of dam, including an overlay to replace “worn and cracked concrete” on its eastern and western sections.
“Adding more than 66 million pounds of new concrete along with the new anchors pulls the dam down towards bedrock, which is what holds back the incredible force and pressure of nearly 100 feet of water,” said Warren Witt, the utility’s director of hydro operations, in a news release. “Combining these new anchors and additional concrete achieves the best result in the most cost-effective way possible.”
The $52-million construction project will begin in March and is expected to last 18 months. Witt said construction would be scheduled for weekdays, in consideration of lake residents.
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Icy conditions close some Lake of the Ozarks businesses

OSAGE BEACH, Mo. Icy conditions closed some businesses at the Lake of the Ozarks Saturday.
It was the second day Poly Lift boat lift employees in Osage Beach say they’ve been closed because of the weather.
Sales manager Charlie Noland said employees install boat lifts from docks, but the icy conditions that can make the docks and ramps slick, and unsafe for workers...
Noland says it wasn’t worth the risk to employees to open today.
“With the weather, if it gets really bad out, we didn’t want employees to risk their lives and just to get to work. So we wanted to keep everybody safe and ready to go for when we do get real busy.”
Noland added when the boat ramps are icy employees can’t launch boat lifts safely.
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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Insurance Companies Lake Ozark MO



Ashley Swegle Agency, Representing American National
155 US-54
Camdenton, MO 65020
(573) 317-4535
www.ashleyswegleagency.com
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