Securing the proper insurance coverage may be the last thing on a recent graduate’s mind, but it shouldn’t be. As many grads face the prospect of student loans and a tough job market, purchasing anything beyond health insurance may not be a personal or financial priority. However, failing to purchase certain types of insurance – […]
Last time, we discussed how insurance can be something of a sticky wicket for consumers. While no one wants to waste money on unnecessary coverage, it is equally important to ensure adequate protection. In addition, we also began discussing how experts advise cost-conscious consumers to avoid identity theft insurance and credit insurance. Having established that […]
Without question, Friday reigns supreme as the best day of the workweek. The well-deserved weekend and paydars are near!. Indeed, Friday means you have money for everything from the mortgage and groceries to student loans and shopping. Sadly, our bi-weekly cash influx doesn’t go as far as it used to. Costs are rising for everything, […]
When young professionals enter the workforce, they are faced with financial obstacles that leave little time to learn about insurance. However, when young adults choose to skip insurance coverage they don’t think they need or don’t understand, they may be financially unprepared if the unthinkable happens. This is especially true when it comes to disability […]
As many states across the country raise awareness of the dangers of severe weather, it is crucial to highlight one of its very dangerous and costly side effects: flooding.
In this podcast episode, we team up with Gary Pozsik of Health, Wealth, and Happiness to discuss common flood insurance misconceptions and how to overcome them to ensure you’re protected against the effects of severe weather.
Earlier this month, we discussed one new year’s resolution that can help you find peace of mind: make January the time to review and update your insurance policies.
In this podcast episode, we team up with Gary Pozsik of Health, Wealth, and Happiness and discuss our final tips for evaluating your insurance policies to ensure a smart start to the new year.
Many Americans begin the new year with a resolution of some sort, such as getting in better shape, traveling more, or learning a new skill. While many of these resolutions are rarely kept, there is one that can help you find peace of mind: make January the time to review and update your insurance policies.
We currently live in what may be looked back upon as the golden age of DIY (do-it-yourself). From people fixing their vehicles with the help of YouTube videos to people taking on home renovations inspired by their favorite program on HGTV, people from all walks of life are diving in to DIY. There are many […]
You thought you covered the essentials: your home, your car, and your health are all insured. What else could you need? Unfortunately, many Americans who insure their basic needs have gaps in coverage that can unexpectedly drain their savings if disaster strikes.
Many employees think of health insurance when they hear the words “open enrollment”. However, this limited period also allows you to select or update your disability and life insurance coverage for the next year. Here are tips to make the most of open enrollment, understand your disability and life insurance options and find the best […]