Category: Health Insurance

The Coverage Cycle: All the Insurance You Need in a Lifetime

You may wonder why it’s better to go through an insurance agency rather than going directly to a carrier. Well, one of the main reasons is because everyone needs different types of insurance at different stages in their lives. A

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Spring Cleaning Your Home the Right Way

Spring cleaning is different from you routine weekly cleaning. This is the one time when we get deep into every crevice and corner of the house to make sure there’s no grease or dust settling anywhere. Depending on how good

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Worn Tires: How to Ensure that Your Ride Is Safe

Everyone knows that worn tires are dangerous, but the truth is that tires can lose their grip well before they are worn out. Consumer Reports has done numerous tests that show that the tread on tires loses a significant amount

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Spring Break Road Trip: What You Need to Know Before You Pack

Spring break comes at different times for different colleges. Usually, it takes place anytime between early and late March. This year, the most popular destinations are still the same old favorites: Texas, Mexico, Florida, Las Vegas, New Orleans and California.

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The Top 10 Best Commuter Cars of 2017 Are Green

Most Americans are still skeptical about driving an electric vehicle. They are scared that their cars will lose charge with no charging stations in sight. The truth is that charging stations are cropping up everywhere and fast. Not only that

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New Year’s Resolution: 10 Smart Ways to Save Money in 2018

The most popular New Year’s resolution every year is to save money. Many of us keep making the same resolution year after year hoping to finally find a way to succeed in reaching our financial goals. The good news is

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Are You Confused About Open Enrollment for Health Insurance?

We all know that having health insurance is required by law. If we don’t have it, we are fined hefty fines come tax season. For those of us looking to buy a health plan that fits our lifestyle and budget,

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Expert Interview Series: Tyler Yamasaki of Parting About Funeral Services and How Much Life Insurance is Needed to Cover Them

Tyler Yamasaki is a founder of Parting, the number one resource that makes it simple for grieving families to compare and connect with the right funeral options. We asked Tyler about the costs associated with burials. We learned that having

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Expert Interview Series: Hugh Purvis of rcmd.com on Using Insurance for Asset Protection

Hugh Purvis is a client executive for the Private Client Group at RCM&D, where he partners with individuals and organizations to effectively manage their risk profiles and protect their assets. Asset protection is very important to this demographic, so he discusses

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New Safety Features Can Save You Money on Car Insurance

It wasn’t too long ago that carmakers were touting advanced safety features like anti-lock brakes and airbags. Now standard features on vehicles include more advanced technology like traction control, tire pressure monitoring and cruise control. These safety features are no longer novelties, but expected

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