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A New Business Owner’s Guide to State-Funded Workers’ Comp Insurance

In the U.S., businesses are not legally obligated to carry most forms of business insurance. Workers’ compensation insurance, however, is an exception to the rule.


How to Save on Home and Disaster Insurance

Natural and man-made disasters are unfortunately a fact of life, and homeowners especially need to be prepared for emergencies.


Criteria to Look at to Find a Home Insurance Policy That Will Actually Protect You

Buying a house after searching for months for the perfect home is exciting, but your work doesn’t stop there. After you buy the house, it’s time to make an important decision: which home insurance policy should you choose?


Reasons Your Life Insurance Policy Could Be Denied

Life Insurance has been around since the beginning of time itself. The earliest recorded history of this dates back to Ancient Rome, where the form of life insurance then, was very similar to what it is now.


4 Insurance Policies You Don’t Really Need

While insurance can be incredibly beneficial, you might have more coverage than you need. Insurance agents can be incredibly convincing and even intimidating in the moment, but you don’t want to remain laden with unnecessary coverage because of it.


How to Start Saving Money In Your Twenties

Finance is a sector that affects us in our day to day lives starting from children going to school, the youth and adults who are eager to invest and the older people who are waiting for their retirement benefits.

Money Management

Financial Commandments in Your 20’s

Tweet Finance is a broad term that can take several meanings which include; Finance can mean funding an enterprise or a person. It’s also the process where governments, individuals and

Financial Planning

How to Recover Financially from Your Major Auto Accident

A major auto accident could have a myriad of negative consequences for your future. Those consequences usually mean both short and long-term problems. There is one constant in both though, and it is the financial cloud looming over.


Six Things You Need to do to Make Money Work for You

Regardless of how you feel about money, the undisputable fact is that we all need it. Some of us have more of it than others and others are able to get by with what they have because they are conscious of it.

Weekly Sunday Tips

Weekly Tip August 28: Consumer Complaints and How to Get Heard

Tweet Consumer angst has never been higher thanks to a  preponderance of retailers, a tough economy and slack customer service. Though the internet has opened up new fields of buying


Weekly Tip August 14: How to Keep Your Costs Low Following a Serious Car Accident

Tweet Fortunately, there are a number of ways to reduce the possibility of an increase in your insurance premium. In this article, we have curated a list of ways to


5 Ways to Improve Your Skills in Money Management

Having lots of money doesn’t mean not having financial difficulties. It’s just that at certain points in our lives, we experience feeling a couple of dollars short, making us decide to hold back some exciting things in your life – starting a family, moving forward in our career, or even pursuing another degree.


10 Types of Insurance You Should Strongly Consider

Very few people love insurance shopping. One reason for this being that most Insurance policies use technical legal jargon which often makes contracts difficult to understand.

Debt Management

5 Ways People Slide into Serious Debt (and How to Solve Them)

Tweet It seems that no matter how much a person tries to avoid debt, the money pit of debt gets deeper and deeper. Before long, it becomes evident that your

Consumer Tips

Looming Crisis: How To Get Prepared

A category 3 hurricane is bearing down on your area or a wildfire threatens to burn out of control, putting you and your loved ones in harm’s way. Not all disasters give us much warning, including earthquakes that rattle west coast cities or a tsunami that washes away a tiny fishing village.