A natural disaster can cause upheaval in every aspect of your life. In this guide, we’ll outline what you should do to get back on your feet after the unthinkable happens.
Preparing your important documents, reviewing your homeowner’s insurance and being wise to scams can help you steady your finances after a natural disaster.
On average, the U.S. Congressional Budget Office estimates that hurricanes cause $28 billion worth of damage per year. Here, we’ll discuss whether or not your home is covered, and under what circumstances.
A WalletHub survey shows that there is a clear link between credit scores and car insurance premiums. Consumers without credit scores pay an average of 65% more than those with excellent scores.
When your credit score gets higher either by credit scoring changes or good financial habits, there are plenty of things you can do and mentalities you can adopt to get the benefits of a good credit score.
As homeowner’s insurance premiums continue to rise, more homes than ever are underinsured. We’ll deliver professional advice to make sure you’re adequately covered.
If you use your home or automobile for business purposes, we talked with industry professionals who can help you deduct your insurance expenses.
Worried how much your car insurance rates will go up due to a ticket or accident? Here, we’ll discuss what increases you might expect—and how you can find out for sure.
Usage-based auto insurance could save a lot of drivers money, but it’s not for everyone. We’ll explore how you can figure out if you should make the switch.
Car insurance is a must-have, but that doesn’t mean you’re required to over pay. Here, we’ll help you lower your monthly payments and keep adequate coverage.
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