Homeowners or renters insurance is meant to cover unexpected damage to your house, apartment or belongings. But making a claim for every little thing that goes wrong will affect your premiums. Learn when to file and when to absorb the loss yourself.
Deal alert: For a limited time, get a totally free Android phone with a two-year contract from Verizon or Sprint, courtesy of Liberty Mutual in celebration of the insurer’s new app. (No need to be a Liberty Mutual customer.)
You swerved for a skunk and wrecked your ride; now your car insurance is going to double, right? Not necessarily. With the right insurer — or some clever maneuvering — you can still save money on car insurance after an accident.
You own car insurance. But every so often, your favorite reptilian pitchman makes you wonder if you’re paying too much. So you’ve vowed to shop around. When you do, here are the questions you’ll want to ask.
The time to get the best price on term life insurance is when you’re young and healthy. Here’s how the Web is making it easier — and cheaper — than ever to buy an affordable term life insurance policy.
Despite the efforts to make it easier, health insurance is still confusing. If you still haven’t become insured it’s not too late. Getting insurance now can still save you some of the penalty for being uninsured in 2015. Here are some options for getting the coverage you need.
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