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  1. How to Pick a Health Insurance Plan for 2019

    How to Pick a Health Insurance Plan for 2019

    Whether you get insurance through your employer or through the Health Insurance Marketplace on Healthcare.gov, it’s important to understand how insurance works before choosing a health insurance plan for 2019. Below are 5 common health insurance questions and answers that will help you choose the right plan.

  2. How to Find Affordable Home Insurance

    How to Find Affordable Home Insurance

    Homeowners’ insurance can be expensive. If you are looking for a home insurance policy, but are put off by the cost, here are some helpful tips to get you the best price for your homeowners insurance.

  3. How to Choose a Plan on Healthcare.gov in 4 Easy Steps

    How to Choose a Plan on Healthcare.gov in 4 Easy Steps

    If you’re struggling to pay your bills, an expensive health insurance policy is probably last on your list of priorities. But, you may not be able to afford to go without insurance. Medical debt is one of the leading causes of bankruptcy. A single car accident or medical emergency can wipe out your savings.

  4. Do You Really Need Gap Insurance?

    Do You Really Need Gap Insurance?

    If you’ve ever bought a car at a dealership, you may have felt pressured to add gap insurance to your contract. For some people, gap insurance may be a good deal. But for others, it can be a complete waste of money.

  5. How to Protect Yourself With Renter’s Insurance

    How to Protect Yourself With Renter’s Insurance

    35 percent of American households rent their homes. Renting makes sense for many reasons: you might not be financially ready to buy a home, are testing out a new city, or it might be cheaper to rent than to buy in your area. Renting can be a great solution, but there are some risks involved. If you are going to lease a home, you need to have an essential safeguard against damage or theft: renter’s insurance.

  6. New Job? Here’s How to Select a Healthcare Plan

    New Job? Here’s How to Select a Healthcare Plan

    Starting a new job can be exciting, but it’s also easy to feel stressed out by meeting your new team and completing all of the necessary paperwork. When your employer hands you the information on your health insurance options, you might be tempted to just pick the cheapest plan and move on. But doing so can end up costing you in hefty medical bills later on.

  7. How Important is Insurance?

    How Important is Insurance?

    Owning a home or renting. Driving to work. Just living life. What do all of these activities have in common? Risk - things can go wrong; and this is what insurance can help give you peace of mind over.

  8. How’s your insurance coverage holding up?

    How’s your insurance coverage holding up?

    Many people don’t plan for the unexpected so they find themselves in a tough situation when something catastrophic happens. It can be tough to think about these devastating events and hopefully they never happen to you or your loved ones but if you’re prepared it can lessen the pain of the unexpected in life.


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