A grandparent giving you a gift of a vehicle can come at a much needed time. Not having to pay for a car note will leave more income free to use for housing and other needs or savings. A car with no strings attached can help you on the path to becoming financially stable by providing transportation to and from work. Receiving a car as a gift is under a different class than purchasing the car from a dealer or a private seller. [Read More]
When Should Your Business Move Up To A Better Commercial Insurance Policy?
More often than not business owners think about their personal or home insurance policy, but may fail to pay the same diligent attention to their business insurance. As a business owner it falls squarely on your shoulders to determine if your deductibles need to be raised or reduced. Failure to do this for business owners is not from a point of neglect but really more from a point of being overrun by many issues. [Read More]
Auto Insurance Tricks For Older First-Time Buyers
A common mistake that all people, male, female, old, and young make when buying auto insurance, especially for the first time, is failing to shop around for the best premium possible. They instead settle on a quote from one auto insurance company which, more often than not, may be higher than other auto insurance packages. Comparing insurance packages need not be a daunting task and is fairly easy for people of all ages. [Read More]
Will Your Homeowner's Insurance Cover Injuries From A Dog Bite?
If your dog ran out and attacked a pedestrian walking by your home, this person might end up suing you for the damages. When this happens, you will probably wonder if your homeowner's insurance will cover the costs of the damages. To answer this question, here are several things you should know about home insurance and dog-bite injuries. Most Homeowner's Policies Offer Liability Coverage When you purchase homeowner's insurance, it typically comes with liability coverage. [Read More]