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…
Tag Archives | Auto Insurance
Whether you’re talking about Homeowner’s or Auto Insurance, the concept is the same…So how do you know whether you should choose a high or low deductible?
If it’s time to buy a new car, maybe a new car for you is a gently used car, or a “new to you car” rather than a brand new, straight from the factory car. And there definitely are advantages…typically there is a lower price tag and depreciation has absorbed by the previous owner. But […]
You’re not a carpool, you’re not a taxi, you’re not a bus, you’re not just private, you’re not just commercial…you’re a rideshare driver (or ride for hire). Do you need special insurance?
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!
Whether you’re a new car owner or a seasoned car owner, a few maintenance reminders to help you keep your car running smoothly never hurts…And, whether your auto is new or used, if you want it to keep getting you from Point A to Point B, your car needs to be kept maintained. Ignore the […]
More and more people in today’s business world are taking their businesses home, which save on many expenses and time…but there is one thing that many home-based business owners don’t consider
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?
How do you prepare for winter driving in the Seattle area? Even though it infrequently snows, temperatures still drop, roads can still be slippery, flooded with water from heavy rains and dangerous…there is still reason to prepare your car for the winter months ahead.
Ultimately the choice to drive or not drive drunk is up to the individual, but there are things we can all do to lessen our chances of being affected by the results of a drunk driver.