Archive for the ‘ Insurance Tips ’ Category

Halloween Safety Tips For This Year

Tuesday, October 30th, 2018
Halloween Safety Tips For This Year

While making last minute preparations for all the festivities, don’t forget to be as safe as possible. Here are some Halloween safety tips you might not be thinking about in the rush of preparing for the night itself.

Halloween is just around the corner. While making last minute preparations for all the festivities, don’t forget to be as safe as possible. Here are some Halloween safety tips you might not be thinking about in the rush of preparing for the night itself. (more…)

Single Parents and Life Insurance

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018
Single Parents and Life Insurance

If you are a single parent and are unsure of what you need to look for when it comes to life insurance, then follow some of this advice.

Stay at home parents need life insurance, even if they aren’t working. Likewise, single parents and grandparents need life insurance too. It’s fair to say that single parents need the insurance even more. If you are a single parent and are unsure of what you need to look for when it comes to life insurance, then follow some of this advice. (more…)

How Do Intense Storms Affect Insurance Coverage?

Wednesday, September 19th, 2018
How Do Intense Storms Affect Insurance Coverage?

How do intense storms affect insurance coverage? Let’s find out.

While Hurricane Florence has weakened into a tropical storm and is no longer as damaging as it could have been, the Carolinas and the coastal parts of Maryland and Delaware can attest to how dangerous constant rainfall and rising waters can be to homes, business, and motorists. That leaves one question: How do intense storms affect insurance coverage? Let’s find out. (more…)

Tips for Moving Into a Dorm and Making It Feel Like Home

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018
Tips for Moving Into a Dorm and Making It Feel Like Home

It’s time for your son or daughter to go to college! Here are some tips for moving into a dorm and making it feel more like home.

It’s time for your son or daughter to go to college! They might be the first person in your family to college, or their older sibling already went. Either way, here are some tips for moving into a dorm and making it feel more like home. (more…)

4 Items You Should Add to Your Insurance Policy

Wednesday, August 1st, 2018
4 Items You Should Add to Your Insurance Policy

You might not think about updating your insurance policy that often.

You might not think about updating your insurance policy that often. However, you should update this regularly, particularly when you’ve recently purchased a big ticket item, and you want to be sure it’ll be protected against potential damage or theft. Here are some items you should add to your insurance policy. (more…)

How to Stay Safe on 4th of July

Tuesday, July 3rd, 2018
How to Stay Safe on 4th of July

Be sure to follow these safety tips to make the most of your 4th of July celebration.

The 4th of July holiday is another time for a fun get-together with friends and family around the rough midpoint of the summer. Along with Memorial Day and Labor Day, Independence Day is another summer holiday where you can fire up the grill for a barbecue. But be sure that your deck is stable enough for all of your guests, and be sure to follow these other safety tips to make the most of your 4th of July celebration. (more…)

Choosing The Right Insurance for You and Your Spouse

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018
Choosing The Right Insurance for You and Your Spouse

In all of your excitement over the rush of wedding planning, you might have forgotten about one critical detail: how does insurance coverage change once you’re married?

Let’s say that in just over a month, you’ll finally be getting married after months of anticipation. In all of your excitement over the rush of wedding planning, you might have forgotten about one critical detail: how does insurance coverage change once you’re married? What difference does it make when you live together, but are still unmarried? Here are some tips for answering those tricky questions. (more…)

How Should I Respond to Identity Theft?

Thursday, February 1st, 2018
How Should I Respond to Identity Theft?

Identity theft is one of the most frequent occurrences that you might not expect could happen to you.

Identity theft is one of the most frequent occurrences that you might not expect could happen to you. Whether it comes to making purchases online or in a store, this crime can occur. If you are planning on making a major life decision this year, then you should be aware of how identity theft can impact your life insurance and home insurance in particular. (more…)

Halloween Safety Tips for Parents to Keep in Mind

Monday, October 30th, 2017
Halloween Safety Tips for Parents to Keep in Mind

If your children are about to become teenagers or are already teenagers, you want them to stay safe no matter what they could be doing. Follow these Halloween safety tips, and you should feel better once Halloween is over.

For parents, Halloween can be an unsettling time. It’s not just all the scary movies and myths and urban legends about this holiday that can terrify them. If your children are about to become teenagers or are already teenagers, you want them to stay safe no matter what they could be doing. Follow these Halloween safety tips, and you should feel better once Halloween is over. (more…)

4 Questions You Should Ask Your Insurance Agent

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017
4 Questions You Should Ask Your Insurance Agent

You’ll probably come to your insurance agent with plenty of questions, so what questions should you ask?

Life is full of changes. When those changes occur, you should seek to find the best life insurance that you can. But the types of insurance you need might be different depending on your circumstances – for instance, if you start a family, you’ll need a different kind of insurance than if you’re still single. You’ll probably come to your insurance agent with plenty of questions, so what questions should you ask? (more…)