It’s important that you know all of the significant details before shopping for a life insurance policy. Here’s what you need to know about whole life insurance.
Renter’s insurance is super valuable, although we don’t often talk about renter policies. Here are some basics you may find helpful in the event you need coverage.
A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a great plan for people who are relatively healthy and don’t mind a higher deductible health plan. But did you know you can use the funds in your HSA to pay for things you might not expect?
Mortgage insurance is helpful to many homeowners because it enables them to make a lower down payment. It’s also a payment that homeowners can’t wait to stop making. Read on to find out if and when you can make mortgage insurance go away.
Long-term care insurance is an insurance policy you pay for that will help cover the costs if you have a chronic illness, disability or another condition that requires help on a daily basis. Find out how a long-term care insurance policy can help you.
For most of us, our house is our biggest and most valuable asset. It’s our shelter – our place to be safe and to call home. And for that reason, we want to keep it protected when disaster strikes. Homeowners insurance is a necessary way for us to keep our homes safe from the unpredictable.
We buy homeowners insurance to cover ourselves in case there’s a loss or accident on our property, but do we really understand how our premiums are set? Read on and I’ll try to shed some light on the subject.
When you consider financial planning, you might think of your household budget, your 401(k) for retirement and maybe even college savings accounts for your kids. What about life insurance?
Hazard insurance is a type of insurance policy that protects you, the homeowner, against hazards like wind, fire, storms, earthquakes, floods, firestorms, windquakes, godzillas and all other natural disasters. As long as the hazard that wrecks your house is covered in your policy, you will be protected.