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Moving? Here's What to Do about Your Car Insurance

Moving? Here's What to Do about Your Car Insurance Moving around the corner or to a street closer to a better school district is stressful enough. There are the boxes to sort, addresses to change and new bedrooms to assign. But when you move out of state, do you have to change your car insurance? The short answer is it depends. If you have any...

How to See Friends and Not Alienate Yourself from People

How to See Friends and Not Alienate Yourself from People So, we're officially in a whole new world, and it's time to start getting back out there and seeing your friends. But after a whole year (and then some) of staying inside, curating your social time around peak internet connection and working from home, a diary full of social events can feel like impending doom....

Covering Your Halloween BOOs

Make Sure Your Halloween B.O.O.s Are Covered It's the spookiest night of the year, and if you're not careful, the tricks could lead to more than just a little fright. We all love a good scare, but on Halloween night, it's possible to get a little more than you bargained for. Don't be scared. Your homeowners and renters insurance policies are there for you. If...

How Much Home Insurance Do I Need?

What Determines How Much Home Insurance I Need? It's not always easy to know how much homeowners insurance you need. Say you have a $100,000 home: your homeowners insurance coverage should also be $100,000, right? Not quite. There are actually many more factors at play than just the market's current price on your home, from structure to contents. The cost to rebuild your home Nobody...

I Didn't File a Claim but My Home Insurance Went Up. Why?

I Didn't File a Claim but My Home Insurance Went Up. Why? A number of factors contribute to determining your insurance premium. It is possible for your home insurance to go up even if you didn’t file a claim. Here are some reasons. Home changes. If you have upgraded or renovated your home, it is worth more, so in the event of a disaster, more...