20 May 2019
If you're approaching the Medicare enrollment age, then you may think that the transition from your current insurance onto Medicare is an automatic process. Unfortunately, this isn't the case, and there are a number of steps that you will have to take to both begin your Medicare coverage and to ensure that the coverage you'll receive is affordable and fits your needs. One of the best things you can do is to arm yourself with as much knowledge as possible before your enrollment so that you can make the right choices when the time comes.
4 February 2019
If you have just started to search for your new home or you are about to close on your new home, there is one essential aspect you cannot afford to ignore—insuring your new home. And this where home insurance policies come in. However, if you are purchasing an older home, there are several things that you need to know: Coverage The overall insurance of the home will largely depend on the cost of the property and the personal property in the home.
4 February 2019
When you're starting a new business, there are many expenses you have to think about. From rent and utilities to inventory and salaries, there are plenty of responsibilities trying to get a percentage of your funds. However, business insurance is something that you shouldn't ignore either. Many people figure that they can wait for a year or two before they start looking into insurance options for their business. However, there is a lot at stake.
10 December 2018
The damages and losses that can result from automobile accidents can be devastating, and many individuals may find that it is impossible to financially recover from these incidents if they lack the appropriate insurance. Unfortunately, well-meaning individuals can be misled when they are buying insurance as a result of believing incorrect notions about these policies. Here are four common myths about auto insurance and the real facts surrounding them. Myth #1: Auto Insurance Will Always Cover the Medical Costs Resulting from an Accident
31 October 2018
If you are a car owner who does not have a copy of your vehicle's title, such as if you lost it at some point since you purchased it, then you might be thinking about getting a duplicate title. After all, you're going to need the title for your car for various things, such as putting your vehicle up for sale or using your car to take out a vehicle title loan.
25 September 2018
Some drivers find that they are required by the state to carry an SR-22 filing. This can happen because of a DUI, car accident in which you're not insured or because of various other things. These are some of the steps that will help you abide by this requirement during the period that you must have an SR-22 filing. Make Sure Your Insurance Company Offers SR-22 Filings First, be aware that not all insurance companies offer SR-22 filings for their customers.
23 July 2018
If you purchase a second car that is older and not very expensive, you may wonder if you should carry full-coverage insurance on the vehicle. Before you decide whether you should or should not have full-coverage, you should consider the following things. The difference between full-coverage and liability insurance Full-coverage insurance offers protection for you if you cause an accident that leaves damage to your own car. The insurance company would pay for you to get the repairs you need.