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How to defrost your icy windshield in under a minute

You probably already have all the necessary ingredients. byPat Cortland• 12/3/2019   Think of all the time you’ve spent scraping ice off your windshield, or shivering in the front seat waiting for the car’s defroster to really kick in. Good news: there’s a better — and faster, and easier — way! With much of the country battling winter weather this week, it’s a good time...

Why building a Star Wars landspeeder is definitely a good idea

by Kyle Smith //  December 02, 2019 After a holiday weekend binge-watching session of The Mandalorian, my desire for Star Wars vehicles in my garage has been rekindled. Luckily, YouTube mad fabricator Colin Furze created a video that gives me great hope. Watching him create a replica of Luke Skywalker’s X-34 landspeeder just makes me want to build my own—I could have the coolest car in the office parking garage. Which would be...

Welcome to Peytonville

Peyton Manning introduces Brad Paisley to Peytonville, a miniature town where Nationwide helps protect every family, every business and every dream. Nationwide is  just one of the many companies that the Scott Lynch Agency represents. Call us at (317) 886-0081 for your insurance needs. Here is a list of just a few of the types of insurance we offer: Car Insurance, Home Insurance, Condo Insurance,...

What Does Being “Vested” In Your 401(k) Mean?

As defined by the IRS, vesting in a retirement plan means ownership. Each employee vests a certain percentage of their account in the 401(k) plan every year. An employee who becomes 100% vested in his or her 401(k) account balance owns 100% of the balance. When this occurs, the employer cannot take it back (forfeit) for any reason. Amounts that are not vested in a...

Happy Thanksgiving!

While our office will be closed for Thanksgiving, our phones will not be closed. Please feel free to call us if you need us at (317) 886-0081. If you get our voice mail, leave your message and we will call you back. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your Family and Friends!! We have a lot to be thankful for, we hope you do too!...