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Now you can protect your affordable housing clients against the loss of tax credits

Author EdwardMurayama , 1/29/2013

Many apartment owners who operate low income housing or rehabilitated historic buildings also receive significant tax credits. If the units become uninhabitable, or if the building loses its historic designation, the owner may not be able to claim the loss of these tax credits. This creates a significant exposure to developers, owners, and investors of these properties. Standard Business Income coverage settles losses before income taxes, creating a gap you can now fill for your client.

Limousine Insurance from KF&B

Author EdwardMurayama , 1/10/2013

KF&B's Limousine Insurance Program is offered through AmTrust.  Our limousine insurance program is designed for those specialty limousines doing special occasion and prearranged corporate transfer.  The majority of the program is comprised of stretch limousines, sedans and SUVs.  The focus is on accounts that have vehicles with at least an average age of 6 years or newer.  New ventures are permitted in the program as long as the owner has prior experience.  Mixed fleets are allowed; however, vans or larger units should not make up more than 50% of the fleet.

Limousine Insurance

Author EdwardMurayama , 6/26/2012
Limousine Insurance 

KF&B's Limousine Insurance Program is offered through AmTrust.  Our limousine insurance program is designed for those specialty limousines doing special occasion and prearranged corporate transfer.  The majority of the program is comprised of stretch limousines, sedans and SUVs.  The focus is on accounts that have vehicles with at least an average age of 6 years or newer.  New ventures are permitted in the program as long as the owner has prior experience.  Mixed fleets are allowed; however, vans or larger units should not make up more than 50% of the fleet.