A Few Insurance Policies Or Additions You May Need

If you are like most people, the idea of having to buy more insurance is akin to getting a root canal. You may put it off and try to convince yourself that it isn't needed. Then, something happens and you end up with a huge bill that would have been paid if you had insurance coverage. While medical, dental, and auto insurance can be expensive, other coverage may be added to an existing policy that are not too costly alone. Read More 

How To Prepare For The Purchase Of A Vehicle

Besides having enough money, there are some things that you are going to need to do in order to ensure that you are ready to complete the process of buying a vehicle. To help make sure that everything will go smoothly when that day comes, you will need to read through the following bits of advice: Double Check The Expiration Date Of Your Driver's License Some people make the mistake of not realizing that their driver's license is about to expire. Read More 

Don’t Rely Just On Insurance And Experience – You Need A Bond

Consumers are often told to ensure the contractors they hire are insured and bonded. This means that those contractors who have taken the extra steps to obtain surety bonds and insurance will have a greater chance of getting business. While some consumers might not be too worried about things like bonds, most are. If you have just started your own contracting service, do not skip those surety bonds, even if they seem expensive. Read More 

Insuring Your Home And Property To Protect Your Investment

One of the largest expenses you will make in your lifetime is a home and protecting that investment should be one of your top priorities. There are a lot of things out there that can damage your home and while you may not think of everything, getting coverage to repair or replace that investment if important. Keep in mind in some areas you may need coverage that other parts of the country don't need but that is why talking to your insurance company about the coverage is so important. Read More 

If You Outlive Your Term Life Insurance Policy, Will You Get Your Money Back?

Life insurance policies can be complex, so it's no surprise there are quite a few misconceptions floating around about them. One interesting myth is that if you live longer than the number of years your term life insurance is good for, the insurance company will refund your premiums. This is only true if you have a certain type of policy. Here's the truth behind this misconception so you can avoid purchasing an insurance policy that may not be a good fit for your goals. Read More