Category: Insurance

The AIS Life Cycle: The Different Types of Insurance People Need in a Lifetime

When people ask why it’s better to work through an agency as opposed to going directly to an insurance company, the main reason is the fact that people need different types of insurance at different stages in their lives. A

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Preparing Your Car and Home for Damaging Hailstorms

When we think about major storms that have the power to destroy personal property, earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes come to mind. If you live in an area that is not prone to these types of natural disasters, you may even

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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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Spring Cleaning Your Car the Right Way

You practically live in your car, and it’s that time again to really roll up your sleeves and get rid of the accumulated trash, dust and whatever else may be in hiding in there since last spring. During the colder

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Separating Fact from Fiction: Insurance Myths Debunked

Unfortunately, most people think of insurance as a very complicated topic. There are rules and regulations that differ from state-to-state, coverages that apply only in certain circumstances only to be undone by exclusions. And let’s not forget all those insurance

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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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Leasing Versus Financing: What’s the Best Way to Buy a Car?

If you’re buying a car, you may get stumped by the question of leasing vs financing a car. You may also have some very outdated ideas about what differentiates these two different ways of paying for a vehicle. We’re going

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Roadside Assistance: Why You Don’t Want to Get Stuck Without a Ride

We all know why roadside assistance is a good thing, but did you know that roadside assistance for motorcycles, classic cars, RVs and other street vehicles is a really good idea too? Not only is it horrible getting stuck outside

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Everything You Need to Know to Do Your Own Tire Maintenance

Keeping your tires in good shape means that you have to have the proper maintenance regimen for them. That doesn’t necessarily mean making many visits to the shop either. If you learn how to do your own tire checks, rotations

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What Now? Surviving the Flood in the Aftermath

Some people live in areas where floods are a common disaster. They have learned the hard way that being prepared for such a natural disaster is very important. For many of us, however, a flood may not only devastate us

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