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Video Friday: Homeowners Insurance 101

TweetWe should all review our homeowners policies annually to make sure we are covering the things we do have and not covering stuff that no longer lives with us. Here’s an excellent breakdown of this very necessary genre of coverage.

Friday Video: Health Savings Accounts

TweetAs health care reform moves forward — and faces changes with the mid-term Republican resurgence — people are still looking for ways to manage their insurance costs. Here’s a good video explaining an option many people still find attractive, a … Continue reading

Just Wear the Dang Seatbelt

TweetBack when the seatbelt law went into affect in my state, I was as annoyed as anyone. I would have been more annoyed, however, to have to pay a ticket, so I cultivated the habit. Now it’s just automatic. According … Continue reading

A Brief History of Health Care

TweetI have to confess, I clicked play on this thing thinking, “Oh yeah, sure. Health care. Brief. Right.” Actually this is a very succinct explanation and very good. I don’t know about you, but the more I understand a thing, … Continue reading

Your Credit Score and Your Insurance

TweetWell, there’s good news and not so good news when it comes to the relationship between your credit score and your insurance. Despite all dire predictions to the contrary, credit scores have held steady during the recession. In some cases, … Continue reading

Sewer Back-up Coverage a Must in Flood Areas

TweetWe’ve discussed before the extent to which Hurricane Katrina fundamentally changed the way the insurance industry writes policies in a flood plain. In some cases that change is pretty straightforward. They don’t write the policies at all. That’s where the … Continue reading