27 February 2018
Living far from your workplace translates to a longer commute each day, and it is not good for your auto insurance premiums. Here are some reasons a long commute may see your auto insurance rates hike: Increased Risk of Accident The more you are on the road, the more you expose yourself to accident risk. The increased risk is there even if you are a conscientious driver because you are not the only road user; others may not be as careful as you.
23 January 2018
Buying a home for the first time can be both exciting and scary at the same time. You are making a huge investment, which means there are going to be a lot of decisions you're going to have to make. One of the primary decisions revolves around how much you can afford to pay for a new home. If you have a down payment of at least 20 percent, you are off to a good start.
23 October 2017
From juggling kids and work to managing your finances, your life is busy as a single parent. You will probably look at a lot of things that could make your life a little easier, but one you may never consider right off is bundling your home and auto insurance. There are several insurance providers who offer multiple insurance products, from auto and home coverage to medical and everything in between. If you are currently paying for two separate policies for your home and automobile, it is definitely worth your effort to consider combing the policies under the same insurer.
23 October 2017
If your car insurance is higher than you'd like it to be, it can pay to look for deals. Before your insurance policy renews and you accept your high rates, choose to be proactive and find ways to save. Here are a few proven ways cut your car insurance rate: Increase Your Deductible The higher your deductible, the lower your premium. If your deductible is especially low, increasing it to $500 or $1000 will most likely make a dramatic difference in your premium.
13 August 2017
If you've ever had your vehicle stolen, you know firsthand the sunken feeling you experienced when you walked outside and realized that your car was not where you left it. While it might be too late to do something about that incident, you can make changes going forward. Here are just some of the ways you can work to keep your vehicle protected. 1. Keep It Locked Make sure you're keeping your vehicle locked at all times.
26 July 2017
Insuring your car can seem like an extra expense that is unnecessary, but this is not the case. Car accidents are incredibly common which is why it is so important that you do everything that you can to make sure that you are safe. Here are some reasons to always have car insurance: 1. You Could Be Sued Lawsuits are incredibly common. Sadly, when there is an auto accident it is not uncommon for the other party to file a lawsuit.
17 June 2017
If you're currently receiving federal disability benefits at a relatively young age, you may be worried about your family's financial future if anything happens to you (or to nationwide disability funding). While many parents of young children will purchase term or whole life insurance policies to pay bills and cover other costs after an untimely death, those who are already disabled or dealing with a chronic illness may find it tougher to obtain coverage.