Four Types Of Automotive Insurance

Automotive insurance is a necessary part of owning a vehicle and helps protect you from financial costs associated with experiencing a collision. However, not all types of insurance policies are the same: they will provide different types and amounts of coverage. Therefore, you should have a thorough understanding of some of the most common types of automotive insurance policies can help you choose the one that is the best fit for your needs. Read More 

Are You Getting The Most From Your Home Insurance? 3 Situations To Discuss With Your Agent

Insuring the home against catastrophic financial losses, such as fire and storm damage, is a common practice for Americans. In fact, mortgage lenders typically require the homes they hold as collateral to be adequately insured as a way for them to protect their financial interests until the loan is paid off. According to recent information provided by the insurance industry, nearly seventy million American homes are covered by some type of home insurance. Read More 

7 Tips For Saving On Your Homeowner’s Insurance

Unless your home is paid for in full, homeowner's insurance is a requirement from your mortgage company. Even if your mortgage is paid off, it's still a good idea to protect your investment and keep from having to pay out large sums for repairs after catastrophic events or to replace valuables. If you want to keep costs down, there are ways to lower those payments. Here are seven tricks to reducing your homeowner's insurance premium. Read More 

3 Reasons Why Freelance Writers Need Business Insurance

You wouldn't drive a car without it being covered by an auto insurance policy or own your own home without a homeowner's insurance policy to protect it. As a freelance writer, however, there's a good chance you're working without a business insurance policy to protect you when times turn tough. Many freelance writers go without business insurance because they either have no clue it exists or they think they don't need it. Read More 

3 Questions To Ask Before You Commit To An Auto Insurance Company

Nearly everyone must carry auto insurance. In some states, it is required by law to have to have some sort of insurance. However, too many people just get a quote from an insurance provider, like the price and sign up with the company without asking some important questions first. Here are some things you should be asking before you commit to your auto insurance: 1. What Is My Deductible? Having really inexpensive auto insurance is great, but in some cases, it does come with a price. Read More