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Deciding Whether Or Not You Need Comprehensive Auto Insurance

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There are numerous things that you should take into consideration before purchasing auto insurance. A lot of people don’t know how much coverage is legally required and what kind of extra coverage is available to them. Among these things that you should take into consideration is whether or not you need comprehensive auto insurance. Read on and decide whether or not you actually need comprehensive auto insurance. What Is Comprehensive Auto Insurance?…

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Homeowner's Insurance Levels: How Much Coverage Is Enough?

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Due to the sheer amount of advertising and marketing targeted at consumers for auto insurance policies, people have become more aware of their auto insurance coverage and cost. Homeowner’s insurance, on the other hand, is another matter entirely. These premiums are often seen as a necessity–embedded in your mortgage and escrow payments to the point where you aren’t really aware of what your coverage gives you. That makes it difficult to determine whether your coverage is correct or not.…

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Insurance Hike After A Tough Massachusetts Winter? What Can You Do?

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If you’re a Massachusetts homeowner, you may have been taken aback at your most recent homeowners insurance bill, noticing a dramatic increase over last year’s premium. And if you’ve not yet received your bill for next year, you can likely expect between a 6 to 9 percent increase if your homeowners insurance is carried through one of the state’s biggest providers. Is there anything you can do to lower your insurance rates or otherwise diminish the effect of this increase on your pocketbook?…

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Voluntary Benefits: Why Employers Offer Them And The Benefits They Offer Employees

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If you work for a company that offers health insurance to you as a benefit, they may begin offering other types of benefits too. These other benefits are referred to as voluntary benefits, and they are optional, just like the health insurance the company offers. Here are two things you should know about voluntary benefits before you opt in. Why Companies Offer Them Benefits of any kind are considered an added bonus to employees.…

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4 Problems That Can Raise Your Auto Insurance (And Their Solutions)

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Nobody wants to spend more on auto insurance than necessary – and yet, many do simply because they’ve made some error or other that caused their premiums to spike. Fortunately, most problems have solutions, and auto insurance problems are no exception. Here are four issues that can boost your auto insurance, along with smart strategies for counteracting them. 1. Type of Car The problem: The more an insurance company has to pay to replace a car, or the more likely such a replacement is, the more you’ll pay to the insurance company in the form of higher premiums.…

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How Can You Financially Protect Your College-Bound Student?

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If your child is preparing to head off to college, you may be feeling a mixture of emotions – pride, excitement, and concern. In most cases, this will be your child’s first time living on his or her own (even if a Residential Advisor is just down the hall). You may wonder about your child’s ability to deal with sticky or difficult situations, including theft, bullying, or a severe injury or illness.…

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