Thursday, October 15, 2020
When you purchase a car insurance policy, you typically have the option to pay monthly or annual premiums. There are benefits and downsides to both, so it is important to make the right decision for you and your finances.
Upsides of Paying Annually
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Thursday, October 15, 2020 Your homeowners insurance protects you from the unexpected. As much as your fur baby is a member of the family, cover your assets. Read on to see how this can affect your homeowners policy. There’s no bones about it, if you are like me, no home is complete without man’s best friend. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Wind mitigation inspections almost always save you money on your home insurance pricing. Why do we even need one? What are they? Why Wind Mitigation In the early 2000s, following several intensely active hurricane seasons including 2004’s Charley, or 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, Florida saw a number of insurance carriers declare bankruptcy due to claims and claims costs. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
Many people think that they only need life insurance as they get older and have a lot of financial obligations. However, you can still face death at any time of your life and it’s often best to have a plan in place in case of a worst-case scenario. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 9, 2020 The short answer, if flood insurance is not required, you may want to consider it anyway. Keep reading to find out why. Do you know what the most common natural disaster in the United States is? It’s flooding, but did you also know that the typical home insurance policy doesn’t cover it? READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 8, 2020
With many businesses put on hold due to COVID, wildfires and other unexpected incidents, many business owners are scrambling to search their policy for business interruption insurance. This insurance can compensate a business for money lost while the business is unable to operate normally due to government mandate, environmental disaster and more. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Very few people can afford to pay for a new home in cash. That’s why most home buyers finance their home with a mortgage or other property loan. Once you take out a loan, it is your responsibility to repay it to the bank over the years.
However, what happens if something happens to your home in the meantime? READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 1, 2020 The Medicare open enrollment period is here, and this year will likely be a record for the number of people signing up for Medicare Advantage plans for 2021. New Advantage plans being offered are providing more and more benefits to Seniors and are very attractive for people who have a lot of healthcare needs. READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 1, 2020
Crashing your own car, while scary, is relatively straight forward when it comes time to filing a claim. You can file a claim with your own insurer and generally receive compensation for damages and injuries you and your passengers may suffer, so long as you have the right insurance.
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Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Life insurance is designed to compensate your loved ones in case of your passing, so most policies only payout once the policyholder passes away. The insurer must usually be provided with a proof of death, such as a death certificate. Most life insurance policies provide a lump sump payment for the beneficiaries listed on the policy. READ MORE >>