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Buying Insurance: What Savvy Consumers Should Know

June 5, 2017

You’re ready to buy an insurance policy, but you feel a bit uneasy embarking into the insurance world. After all, the language can be technical, and you’re wary of insurance agents throwing sales pitches at you. Whether you’re buying an auto policy, a homeowners policy, a life insurance policy, or some other type of policy,…

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Medicaid and Nursing Home Care

January 15, 2016
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As you enter your 60s and 70s, health may become more of an issue than it once was, and your thoughts may turn to the future. Who will take care of you when you can no longer care for yourself? If you must enter a nursing home, how will you pay for it? By learning…

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Group Health Insurance: A Valued Employee Benefit

December 2, 2015
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Two of the main reasons why employers offer group health insurance are to attract new employees and to retain existing employees. Unfortunately, many employees overlook the value of group health insurance until they have to find health coverage on their own. Almost without exception, group coverage usually offers better, more comprehensive benefits at lower cost…

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Properly Insuring Your Business

November 30, 2015
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No matter how careful you are in running your business, accidents happen. And no matter how big or small your business, you’ll have to plan for these and other risks if you want your business to thrive. One way to do this is with insurance. Imagine this: Your custom-made cabinetry business is thriving. You have…

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Health Insurance in Retirement

September 16, 2015
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At any age, health care is a priority. When you retire, however, you will probably focus more on health care than ever before. Staying healthy is your goal, and this can mean more visits to the doctor for preventive tests and routine checkups. There’s also a chance that your health will decline as you grow…

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Insuring a Condo or Co-op

August 21, 2015

Insuring a condo or co-op is a little different from insuring a typical home because you don’t own the entire building. Usually, two policies are involved: the master policy provided by the condo association or co-op board, and your individual policy, which is typically written on a standard homeowners form, known as Form HO-6. If…

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Insuring a New Home During Construction

August 18, 2015
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While the house of your dreams is being built, you should insure the structure and its contents. If you don’t, you’ll be exposed to unnecessary risks like fire or adverse weather that could damage or destroy your partially completed home. You should also protect yourself from liability by verifying that the people building your home…

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Why Insure Your Business?

August 5, 2015

Your business represents a substantial investment of your ideas, time, and money (in addition to your sweat and elbow grease). Because your business faces a variety of risks and perils (e.g., property damage, theft, personal injury claims, and natural disasters), you’ll want to protect your investment. You can do this with various types of business…

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Buying Insurance: What Savvy Consumers Should Know

May 20, 2015

You’re ready to buy an insurance policy, but you feel a bit uneasy embarking into the insurance world. After all, the language can be technical, and you’re wary of insurance agents throwing sales pitches at you. Whether you’re buying an auto policy, a homeowners policy, a life insurance policy, or some other type of policy,…

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Types of Insurance

May 19, 2015

Each day, you face a variety of risks–risks to your life, your health, and your property. Although you can’t eliminate many of these risks, you can take steps to guard against resulting financial losses. That’s where insurance comes in. If your coverage is sufficient, insurance can provide both peace of mind and financial security to…

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