First Time Homeowner Insurance Guide

TweetUnderstanding Homeowners Insurance as Part of the Total Cost of Home Ownership All too often first-time home buyers make the critical mistake of failing to calculate the total monthly cost of owning the property. They fixate on their interest rate … Continue reading

Cheap Health Insurance May Disappear As Companies Consider Dropping Benefits

TweetThe results of an insurance industry survey conducted by the consulting firm Tower Watson has revealed disturbing changes in the wind for 2014 when federal insurance exchanges will begin to operate under the Affordable Care Act. One in ten of … Continue reading

Cheap Insurance for Homeowners Could Suffer from the Advance of Hurricane Irene

TweetIf Hurricane Irene strikes the southeast United States the weekend of August 26 as expected, the event could be exactly what the insurance industry wants. While insurers won’t like paying out settlements, they will like having a valid excuse to … Continue reading

Insured Celebrity Body Parts: It’s All About the Assets

TweetMost of us worry about fairly mundane insurance concerns: auto, home, health, life. What does the coverage cost? How do I compare rates? Can I keep it inexpensive? Sometimes, it’s just nice to go whacky with the insurance, and look … Continue reading

Life Insurance Goals Have Changed with the Economy

TweetThe recession that began in 2009 and continues to plague the economy of this nation and the world today has shifted the perspective on life insurance. The necessity for the coverage and the specific goals the benefits are intended to … Continue reading

Absence Makes the Insurance Check Smaller

TweetMost homeowners understand that their insurance policies exist to protect their physical dwelling and to give them a degree of liability cover for injuries to visitors. Most don’t realize, however, that not being at home when disaster strikes is actually … Continue reading

Profit Motives and Politics Hamper Health Care Reform and Low Insurance Rates

TweetIf most Americans were honest, they would admit they know very little about the on-going battle for health care reform in the United States. They do, however, share common concerns. Will the changes make health insurance cost more, or will … Continue reading

Generation Y Is Out of Sorts With Insurance the Way Grandpa Did It

TweetIsn’t it interesting that the youngest people who hold insurance policies are the ones least likely to be satisfied with either their coverage or their insurer? According to a study done by J.D. Power and Associates in 2010, the members … Continue reading

When Real World Insurance Meets Online Behavior

TweetThe film “The Social Network” clearly illustrates that the idea for Facebook actually did not originate in a good spirit. Some would argue that things have not improved in the land of social networking, including your insurance company. Increasingly, participating … Continue reading