About Robert Weinstein

Robert Weinstein is a husband, dad, stock market junkie, real estate broker, and of course...Insurance agent. Interests include my family, economics, marketing, technology, real estate, finance/investing, history, and Asia.

Robert's insurance expertise includes having the designation of Certified in Long-Term Care (CLTC) and assist in asset protection for families with members entering retirement.

Robert is also an accomplished syndicated writer whose work can be found in TheStreet, MainStreet, CNBC, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, Seeking Alpha, MSN Money, The Money Show, Stock Saints, Motley Fool, Fidelity, Minyanville, RealMoney Pro, and many national and international newspapers.

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Here are my most recent posts

Hiring a Subcontractor, What You Need To Know For Insurance

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Moving from a one person band to having employees and/or subcontractors working with you can be a significant and unexpected change for many business owners. On one hand, with more people, larger and sometimes more profitable contracts can be earned, and having other hands on the job Read More

Patriot Payroll Software Now Integrates With Quickbooks Online

user interface for exporting payroll data from Patriot Software into Quickbooks Online

Patriot Payroll software now allows for easy import into Quickbooks online. The following is a screen shot of what the interface looks like. All that's required is to add your Quickbooks online username and password, then select the accounts you would like the payroll Read More

Amusement Parks and Family Entertainment Center Insurance Coverage

General Liability, Property, Workers' Compensation, Professional Liability, Commercial Auto, and other types of insurance coverage is unique to the entertainment industry and specifically to amusement parks and family entertainment centers. Every business in the Read More

Buy-Sell Business Agreement Paid With Life Insurance

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If you're in or are considering a partnership, I urge you to give thought to a buy-sell agreement ahead of time. Few business endeavors encompass greater challenges than partnerships. In my 30 years in the business world, I've seen more than my share of Read More

Campgrounds, RV Parks, and Resorts Insurance for Your Business

Campgrounds, RV Parks and Resorts Commercial General Liability Insurance No matter what business you are in, general liability and property insurance are a necessary means to keep the open sign on the front door. From protecting yourself against slip and falls to make sure Read More

How To Select The Right Roofing Contractor For Your Home

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How To Select The Right Roofing Contractor For Your Home If you own a home for long enough, chances are at one time or another, you're going to have to put on a new roof. If you're in the market to buy a home, you want to keep in mind that most preferred insurance Read More

Buying a Used Motorhome RV

Things to Know When Buying a Used Motorhome RV A friend and client sent an email today asking for an RV insurance quote on a 2001 Dynamax Corp Isata 270 Motorhome today. Here's my reply: Is the Motorhome for fun? Have you owned one before?  I'm Read More

Roofing Contractors Workers’ Compensation Insurance

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What’s in Your Roofing Contractor Workers' Compensation Tool Bag? This follows my roofer general liability post, here can read it by clicking HERE. The post also includes coverage that can be found on a general liability or workers' compensation policy. So Read More

Roofing Contractor General Liability Insurance

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What’s in Your Roofing Contractor General Liability Tool Bag?   Your trusted advisor for business, commercial and general liability insurance. If you're in business as a residential or commercial roofing contractor, you already know your general Read More

238220 NAICS Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors

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North American Industry Classification System code and cross-reference for Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors This industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in installing and servicing plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning equipment. Contractors in Read More