If you are getting ready to turn 65, or you are 65 and just enrolled in Medicare Part A and Part B, you are probably being inundated with offers from various carriers to purchase medicare supplemental plans. You are being told that the 10 plans, which are identified by letters, are standardized. If this is the case, then how do you decide which company to purchase your plan from? This can be just as difficult if not more so than which one of the plans to choose.
If you are looking to obtain auto insurance, you will be asked what make and model of vehicle you own. Many people believe the reason they are asked this is so that the insurance company can determine the value of the car and base auto insurance rates on the car's value. However, the type of car you drive, rather than just the value of the car, also has a direct effect on the price you are quoted for an auto insurance policy.
If you are a homeowner who is really looking to keep your house intact and protect it from damage, you'll need to keep a few policies and practices in mind. Doing things like maintaining your homeowner's insurance, keeping tabs on maintenance, and getting professionals involved who can help you will go a long way toward getting the most out of your property values. With this in mind, read on and put the following tips to use in order to get all that you can out of your home ownership.
If you work from home, you may be wondering how that affects your homeowner's insurance or if your homeowner's insurance provides any coverage for your business. Here's what you need to know. 1. Theft, Fire, and Many Acts of Nature In most cases, homeowner's insurance covers theft, fires, windstorms, hail, and lightning. Your business is part of your home, and if your house catches on fire, your homeowner's policy typically covers the cost of repairs for all of your home including your work space in the home.
If you are planning a long road trip, it's important that you are prepared for the unexpected. As Murphy's Law suggests, the worst things happen at the worst possible times—and this can seem compounded when you are miles away from home. Here are a few ways you can be prepared so you can expect the unexpected on a long road trip. Insurance Coverage Obviously, you'll want to be sure that your insurance coverage is enough to meet the legal requirements of your state.