Posts Tagged ‘insurance coverage’
Life Happens; Insurance Can Make it Better
Ready for retirement? You say you’re working on it, so, check. Got Life Insurance? You’re still young enough not to worry about it, right? Wrong. The thing is, you can’t control when your family will need life insurance. Events happen; life happens; and most of it cannot be planned for. What you can do, is…Read More
Even Gig Earners Need Insurance Coverage
Finally, you took the job as ride share for money on the side. It makes lie and budgeting easier, but are you covered? This article from The Simple Dollar spells out Best way for Insuring yourself in a gig economy. https://www.thesimpledollar.com/insurance/auto/rideshare-insuranceRead More
Insurance Even if You Love Dangerous Activities
Even if you love the adventure from dangerous hobbies, you may still be able to get life insurance. Just figure on answering several questions first, such as how long you’ve been doing this activity, how often and have you received training, education or certifications. Be honest in your answers. Trying to make it look less…Read More
Why Insurance is Important
Why is insurance important? Want to get a home mortgage, your lender will require homeowner’s insurance. Want to buy a car? If you need a car loan, your lender will require auto insurance. Ever been injured on the job? By law, in most states, you are protected by workers compensation, a form of insurance. Insurance…Read More
Are you Covered?
As Hurricane Dorian heads to Florida after scouring the Bahamas, you may be wondering just what will be covered by your insurance. Though damage from disasters are usually covered under a standard policy, there are some damages that require separate coverage. So, where do you stand? Normal policies cover damage sustained from most natural perils:…Read More
Written Benefits are Covered. Not Written, Not Covered.
Is it covered? Read your policy…all of it. The written insurance commitment benefits matter more than what insurance agents said, according to New Jersey federal judge. Reading the fine print is tedious, but when it comes to insurance, skipping the dry prose can cost a lot of money. Insurance is regulated federally, but is also…Read More