Rental Protections: What Renter's Insurance Is All About

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Will Insurance Cover a Roof Leak?

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A leak in your roof can be expensive to repair. By the time the roof is leaking, there is damage done to the outer layer of the roof, as well as inner layers of the roof such as the sheathing and decking. In addition to this all needing to be repaired or replaced, you also have to repair or replace anything that was damaged when water fell through your home, including insulation in your wall, and drywall on the walls or ceilings. Read More»

Running A Home-Based Business: Is Your Homeowner's Insurance Enough?

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Home-based businesses are often the perfect solution for individuals who wish to be their own boss but simply are unable to, or uninterested in taking on the large overhead costs that are traditionally associated with owning your own business. Unfortunately, many home-based business owners make the mistake of simply assuming their standard homeowner’s insurance policy is enough to cover both their home and their business. This is not always the case. Read More»

5 Ways Seniors Can Get Cheaper Auto Insurance

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If you are a senior citizen, you may be on a fixed income and unable to afford as many expenses now. One way to cut costs is to examine your auto insurance policy. You may be eligible for more discounts than you realize. Here are a few ways you can get cheaper auto insurance as a senior citizen. Purchase Safety Devices If you are on a fixed income, the idea of spending money on safety devices for your car may seem unrealistic. Read More»