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Category: Insurance Advice

No more wondering - YES you need renter's insurance

A renter's insurance policy has more benefits than you think. While most rental properties require one, the protection you receive outweighs the cost. Did you know research from The Insurance Information Institute indicates that only 37% of renters have insurance? That means a lot of people don't understand why they need one and even more may have lost property they couldn't afford to replace. Here...

Ready to Save on Your Insurance? Get a Telematics Device

Have you ever wondered why some people have lower rates and live in the same area? Chances are they have a telematics device installed that helps them get those premium rates. Although telematics devices have been around for a long time, there are a lot of people who don’t know what they are and how they can help their insurance rates. What is a telematics...

It’s a New Year – Ready to Save Money?

Each year, setting a resolution is almost guaranteed. One of the most impactful? Saving money. Creating a plan to achieve the best financial gains takes work, especially with so many sales and other things to do. The goal is to make your money grow but you need to know how to do it. Here are a few tips to keep that resolution going all year:...

Are you ready for La Niña?

Every year, the climate continues to do things we never expected. We will always remember 2020 as one for the record books. La Niña is no different, with the expectations of this occurrence to last from this winter well into spring 2021. That means there is an increased risk of flood, which could also result in unforeseen damage. Being prepared is key. As the year’s winding down...

A Policy for Personal Articles?

Yes, it exists. You may be wondering what a personal articles policy is, but it’s exactly how it sounds. Think about this -wouldn’t you want all your valuables protected if something happened? Let’s face it – homeowner’s insurance doesn’t always cover everything, especially if you have expensive things. The worst thing you can do is need additional insurance and not have it. This policy, also...