Life Insurance: 5 Questions You Should Ask

You may have purchased life insurance years ago and never looked back. However, that’s a big mistake! Just like life is always changing, your insurance needs are too.

Here are 5 questions every person should ask about their life insurance

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New Medicare Card: What You Need to Know

Open Enrollment is coming soon and with it will bring you a new Medicare card. Medicare is mailing new Medicare cards to all people with Medicare. Your new card will automatically come to you, so long as your address is … Read More....

Flood Insurance Basics for Homeowners

With all the heavy rains of the past few days, you may be dealing with more than just gloomy weather. Despite this fact, only 12 percent of U.S. homeowners have flood insurance, according to a 2016 poll by the Insurance Read More....

Cut High Cost Medical Bills With 5 Simple Tips

It’s no surprise, health insurance helps make medical care more affordable. However, serious care may still be costly, even with good coverage. In some cases, you might still have to pay out of pocket for a substantial portion of your … Read More....

Before You Retire: 5 Steps To Follow

Are you planning to retire within the next 10 to 15 years? While it might seem like the day is far away, it will be here before you know it. Before you retire, there are a number of steps that … Read More....

Crosswalk Safety: Tips for Driving Around Pedestrians

From students headed home after class to joggers on their morning runs, pedestrians are everywhere and you never know who will cross your path unexpectedly. While crosswalk safety is the responsibility of both drivers and pedestrians, accidents happen. The National … Read More....

Gap Insurance: What You Need to Know

Do you know what would happen if your new car or lease is totaled? Many drivers assume that their car will be replaced at the amount they paid, or at least, the amount they owe. However, that’s not always the … Read More....

Property Damage: The Top 5 Causes

While no one wants to imagine something going wrong with their house, accidents happen. It’s important to be prepared for the worst. When a bad storm hits your town or a pipe bursts in your basement, for example, it can … Read More....

Personal Insurance Agent: Why Local Matters

It is 2018 and there are many insurance options out there. The selection can make it difficult to choose what company, policy and interface works best for you. Do you need a local agent? Are you fine with large call … Read More....

DIY Projects That Can Lower Home Insurance Premiums

Plan on tackling a few DIY projects this summer? Whether it’s fixing your aging roof or a project from your Pinterest board, DIY is all about saving money. It could even help you save on your insurance premiums! With a … Read More....