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Insurance is so important in areas of health, cars, and homes. We discuss different policy types and providers in these articles.

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Planning for the Unexpected in Life

Everyone should have an emergency plan in life. The unexpected can happen at any time such as illness, natural disasters, accidents, and death. Planning ahead can help you react quickly and effectively. Keep Emergency Money It’s always important to keep

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Who Pays More for Car Insurance?

Yesterday I came across a startling report via personal finance guru, Jean Chatzky, talking about how education level and your employment status can factor into how much you will pay for auto insurance. Oftentimes, those with less education and “blue

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Is Life Insurance Good for Mortgage Protection?

Most people never buy anything as expensive as their homes throughout their lifetimes. In order to make such a large purchase, people obtain a mortgage that must be paid over several years. In the unfortunate event that one spouse passes

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How to Properly Insure Your Home

Undoubtedly, for many people, one of the most expensive things we own is our homes. Whether we are rich or poor you can’t argue that if you lost your home you would be devastated both emotionally and financially. That’s why

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Do I Need Disability Insurance?

Ever since my wife stepped down from her full-time job earlier this year due to health reasons, I’ve been thinking more and more about the need for disability insurance. According to Wikipedia, a disabling incidence occurs about once every second.

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What is Discover Card’s CreditSafe Plus Insurance?

I’ve had a Discover credit card since 2000 and have always seen this recurring charge on my monthly statements called “CreditSafe Plus Insurance”. It’s not a large amount – but a pesky recurring charge that fluctuates based on my balance

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How to Get the Best Car Insurance Rates

I recently reviewed my car insurance policy with my local agent to see if we could get lower rates. It’s something I like to do at least once a year and would highly recommend doing it yourself. We were able

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