23 January 2017
Homeowners insurance is obviously important, but it can get costly. What some people don't realize, however, is that there are many different ways that you can reduce the cost of your coverage. In fact, there may be changes that you can make to your policy today that will allow you to cut costs. Give these tips a try, and you might be able to lower your costs right now. 1. Raise Your Deductibles
11 August 2016
If you own your own business, and you don't carry worker's compensation insurance, you could be putting yourself and your business at risk. Even if you operate a small mom-and-pop store, you should still invest in worker's compensation insurance. The following are three important reasons why you should. It's the Law If you don't have worker's compensation coverage for your employees, you could be breaking the law. Most states have their own requirements for how many employees you must have before you're required to carry worker's compensation.
19 July 2016
The amount you pay for car insurance is affected by a wide range of factors including your age, vehicle type, and driving record. Even if all of these factors are in your favor, the amount you are paying for your car insurance could still be higher than you would like. Here are a few tips that can help you get the best possible rate on your car insurance. Become a Discount Hunter
21 July 2015
Purchasing insurance in a necessity in the modern world in order to protect yourself from financial hardship in the event of an accident or disaster. One such type of insurance is called homeowner's insurance, or sometimes, hazard insurance. If you want to save money on your homeowner's insurance, all you have to do is follow these five simple steps to do it. Price Check The first step in saving money on your homeowner's insurance is to price check with several different companies.
1 June 2015
It's a well-known fact that adding a teen driver to your auto insurance policy can increase your monthly premiums. In fact, putting your teen on your policy could result in up to a 79 percent increase in what you're paying now, depending on where you live and who you're currently insured with. However, insuring your teen doesn't have to break the bank. Here are a few ways you can save money on your insurance premiums when you put your teenager on your policy.