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Nine Ways to Save on Your Auto Insurance

Nine Ways to Save on Your Auto Insurance

Tweet Yahoo! Finance has highlighted some information regarding auto insurance from the Insurance Information Institute that can save you some money. Some of these are common sense, but others may be things to look at when it comes time to renew your auto insurance. The Insurance Information Institute has nine suggestions to help you save […]

Why do I Need Insurance? – Part 1

Why do I Need Insurance? – Part 1

Tweet In part one of a three part series on insurance I will discuss why you need insurance, and the insurance that you really need to have. One of the most important things to every human being is health. What happens if you lose your health, and if you do, could you afford it? When […]

Eight Steps to Better Health Insurance

Eight Steps to Better Health Insurance

Tweet Last week I had made a post in regards to open enrollment season, but just today David Bach of The Automatic Millionaire wrote an article covering this very subject. He goes into a bit more detail in regards to some of the different health insurance options available, which is a confusing area for many […]

Test Your Homeowners Insurance Smarts

Test Your Homeowners Insurance Smarts

Tweet While I don’t always see eye-to-eye with Suze Orman on many issues, a recent post in her column over at Yahoo! Finance brings up some very important questions in regards to homeowners insurance. The quiz is as follows: If your home is destroyed due to a loss (fire, for example) covered by your policy, […]

Why do I Need Insurance?

Why do I Need Insurance?

Tweet We spend a lot of time focusing on making money, saving money, and investing money to create wealth, but what can be overlooked is protecting that wealth. You can be a terrific saver, investor or entrepreneur and build tremendous wealth, but without proper insurance you may be left with nothing. Many of us pay […]

Open Enrollment Season

Open Enrollment Season

Tweet Fall is in the air, and that means many employers begin their open enrollment period for benefits. Even if your employer doesn’t do open enrollment in the fall, keep reading. There is important information to consider for when your time comes. This is an important time of year for anyone who works and can […]