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How Telecommuting Can Play A Key Role In Business Continuity

The winter of 2017-2018 dropped more than 190 inches of snow on Erie, Pennsylvania, the hometown and namesake of Erie Insurance. On one day during the week of Christmas, 65 inches fell. Roads and businesses were forced to close… but at Erie Insurance, many teams didn’t skip a beat.   Sombath Inthavong, a product rating and analytics manager at ERIE, was a part of one... Read Article

Wedding Registry Survey: What Couples Didn’t Register For (But Wish They Did)

One big part of planning or attending a wedding is the gift-giving. Couples put a lot of thought into the things they ask for on their wedding registry. A registry helps wedding attendees pick out a gift for the newlyweds that they really want…most of the time. Related: 5 Questions to Ask When Planning a Wedding What do newlyweds want? An Erie Insurance survey asked... Read Article

6 Tips To Track Your Small Business Expenses

If you’re a small business owner, chances are you didn’t start your company out of a passion for bookkeeping. But as you grow, financial management becomes an increasingly important responsibility. For many, it’s an unfortunate truth. We all know that running a small business takes long hours and a lot of hard work. And this often means tasks like tracking expenses can easily fall by... Read Article

Is Your New Car Covered Under Your Auto Insurance Policy?

You’ve been patiently searching for the perfect new car. You just signed your name on that last piece of endless paperwork. Now, with keys in hand, it’s finally time to drive off the lot. But as you take in that new car smell, a thought suddenly crosses your mind: Do I have insurance? Good news: If you’re an Erie Insurance customer, the short answer is... Read Article

4 Things To Avoid When Using Public Wi-Fi

Public Wi-Fi helps us stay connected no matter where we go. It’s convenient to use at a coffee shop, a neighborhood restaurant, or the airport, but how safe is it? Unfortunately, cyber criminals can log in to the same free network that you do and attempt to gain access to your devices and personal information. “The Wi-Fi may be free, but that doesn’t mean your... Read Article