If you’re in the market to buy a used car, then you know all about the idea of getting a clunker. If you want to make sure that you get a great quality car while saving yourself some hard-earned money, you’re going to want to arm yourself with the right tips on how to get the best deal on that used car. Here’s what you should know.
If you’re considering golf cart insurance, it’s because you own a golf cart and it is more to you than just transportation around the golf course. This is not uncommon in these parts, so it’s not going to be as “untraditional” as you think. After all, you’ve spent good money on your recreational vehicles, so, it only makes sense that you want to protect that investment! But what exactly is that going to look like as a separate policy, or add on to your current coverage?
As with anything else, starting from the right information on flood insurance is going to be especially helpful. Did you know that a lot of people are actually going through life with myths rather than facts? This can lead to a lot of wrong information, so the goal today is to learn the myths — and then the facts in most cases — about flood insurance. Some of them may surprise you!
When you park your mobile home for the season and set it up, ready to go, you will want to make sure that you’ve got everything packed and ready, right? The last thing on your mind is going to be insurance. So, take the time now to make sure that you’ve got the right protection on your mobile home and that it’s covering what you think it is. After all, you don’t want to find out after the fact that you weren’t covered for something that you thought you were, right?
Let’s just get this out there and out of the way right now: there are very few people who deliberately go out of their way to commit car insurance fraud. (Hopefully) Yet, it’s surprisingly easy to unintentionally commit insurance fraud. If you want to do whatever you can to protect yourself — and your rates — from insurance fraud, here are some types of auto fraud you should know about!
When winter comes, it’s best to be prepared for it. The tricky part, of course, is knowing just how to prepare for it! Plus, the fact that many areas in Texas don’t see the kind of winter that most other areas do. Here are some focused tips and suggestions on how to do it so that you’ve never left in the lurch last minute. Or, worse, after-the-fact!
Whether personal insurance is just one of those monthly premiums that you pay without thinking about it or it is the cause of a stress migraine when you see how much it costs. Either way, it means something maybe just a little different to most of us. If you find yourself in the second group, you may be asking yourself: “why am I even paying this when it costs so much, anyway? Why not just pay out of pocket?” It’s a totally normal question, and here’s what you need to know about risk management.
It’d be nice to think that getting a standard homeowners’ insurance would simply protect you from everything all in one policy, but the reality is very different. Additional policies will cost you extra, but also offer you extra protection. Since even minor repairs or replacements tend to rack up huge bills, this is a very good thing. One of the extra policies you’ll want to have in place living in Texas, which is important to understand properly, is wind insurance. Actually, depending upon what area you live in, you are required to have it.
Being in business means making sure that you’ve got the proper insurance in place. That being said, many business owners who don’t always know what they should be looking for in coverage. That’s why we’ve put together a list of business insurance basics so that you can take a look at what you absolutely should have.
Minimum business insurance options
There are a few protections that you should have in place at minimum. These are as follows.
There’s no question that the recent pandemic has made us all a little apprehensive about our finances. After all, most of us are living paycheck to paycheck or waiting on unemployment and/or government funding assistance. This means that we don’t have much of an emergency fund that we can dip into when our income decreases or we stop being paid altogether. If you’re looking for some tips to help you save as much money as possible to make ends meet, here are some tips to help you out.