It sounds easy. Make a quick phone call, save thousands a year on insurance. But to get the right coverage for your specific situation, you need to look beyond low annual premiums. While you might find cheaper policies, they may not adequately protect your property or assets. There’s a better way to save money on insurance.
by Tom Aguilera
Since 1996, Tom has had a passion for helping investors make sound financial plans and discovering the investments that are right for them. During this difficult time, you may wonder if you’re making the right decisions when it comesto your finances. Whether you’re worried about job security, your investing decisions or having enough emergency savings to weather the storm, here are some tips to help you stay on track.
Insurance Conundrums: Are You Covered or Not?
When it comes to auto, homeowners and renters insurance, you may wonder what it covers and why. Here are answers to some common questions and ways to help make sure you have the protection you need, when you need it.
Check out these easy ways to save on homeowners and car insurance.
By Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, The Money Coach®
Natural disasters, weather-related catastrophes and other emergencies can strike at any time. When they do, you’ll no doubt want protection for what’s most likely your most costly asset: your home. None of us can outrun windswept fires, massive earthquakes or torrential flooding. And even the latest technology available cannot accurately predict these potentially life-and-property threatening dangers. Continue reading
Are you wondering why auto insurance premiums have gone up? You’re not alone. Rates have been increasing since 2012, even for those drivers with excellent driving records.
Insurance coverage can be tricky to shop for, because it requires making specific financial decisions about some hazy and unpredictable concepts.
Paying too much for your auto or homeowners insurance? If you haven’t shopped around recently, the answer is probably, “Yes.” One reason? Insurance sends you a bill, and you pay it. That’s costing you. Here’s how to see if other insurers can do better.