It’s a New Year, and as is most people’s tradition, it’s time to make New Year’s resolutions…I’d like to suggest a different resolution that many of you haven’t thought about: maybe it’s time to take time to…
When you are getting ready to make a claim on your Homeowner’s policy due to damage or loss or damage of property, will your insurance company reimburse you for actual cash value of the property or will you be reimbursed for the value of replacing your property? Aren’t they the same…
Should we insure our cats and dogs? Being a pet owner isn’t just about having a friend to walk with or teach tricks to, it also comes with responsibility. And that responsibility can become expensive if Fido or Fluffy gets injured or becomes ill. Insuring your pet can be a real life saver!
When you think of insurance fraud, you typically think of the consumer who submits false or inflated insurance claims. But there is another type of insurance fraud that the consumer needs to watch out for, and that is insurance agent scammers or ghost brokers. You’ll want to know how to identity them.
Does it actually make any difference who your insurance agent is…they’re just a voice on the other end of the phone, someone who will take your insurance order, right? Wrong!
The idea of supplemental insurance confuses a lot of people…”Why do I need more?”
You get in the car to head across town or across the state, and if you’re like most people, you seldom give any thought to the idea of getting stranded at the side of the road as a possibility. If you do, how will you handle the situation?
Are you DONE? Done with calls from bill collectors Done with high interest rates Done with credit card debt Done with running out of money before running out of month Done with worrying about money Done with debt stress Is this the year you resolve to get out of debt?
In spite of all the laws against distracted driving, especially talking on your cell phones or texting while driving, people continue to get behind the wheel of the car and “drive under the influence”…the influence of distractions.
When you’re young, getting older and retirement seem light years away, then all of a sudden, there you are, older and wanting to retire. Therein lies the problem…because when you’re young, you don’t think you’ll ever get that old, so why prepare? Many people find themselves in that situation, having failed to plan and prepare, […]