When shopping for homeowners insurance, there’s much more to consider than cost.
You need to buy the right type of policy. You need the proper level of protection, plus special
provisions for valuables such as jewelry, your computer equipment and other
possessions. You might also need additional coverage for such things as earthquakes or flooding. to learn more.
An auto insurance policy is a package of different coverages. Most states require you to purchase
a minimum amount of certain kinds of coverage. But if you're interested in protecting yourself from
a lawsuit or from hefty repair bills, then it makes sense to buy more than what's required.
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It's a fact of life — you need health insurance — and the time to get it is before
you have an accident, suffer a serious illness, or discover you're pregnant.
Insurance doesn't cover health care for medical problems or conditions that
start before the moment you have your policy. Finding adequate coverage might
seem overwhelming, but knowing the basics can help make your search less
stressful. to learn more.
Many of us buy life insurance because we want to make sure that our loved ones,
especially dependents, remain financially secure after we die. Income replacement
is the #1 reason why people buy life insurance. Non-working caregivers also have an
important, and oft overlooked, economic value that should be covered by life insurance.
Life insurance is also purchased by those interested in achieving specific business or estate transfer goals.
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About Disability Insurance
If you became sick or hurt and couldn't work, how would you pay your bills?
About Long-Term Care
When a family member can no longer live without assistance, a nursing home isn't the only place to turn.