updating your homeowners insurance policy

Home Owners Who Can Make Do With Cash Value Home Insurance Policy

When buying home insurance, you can either opt for the cash value or replacement value type of coverage. The general belief is that a cash value policy is the inferior of the two because the cash may not be adequate for rebuilding a damaged house. However, each form of coverage has its advantages and disadvantages, and there are even a few homeowners who will be comfortable with the cash value policy.   Read More...

Group Health Insurance: 3 Features To Look At For Plans That Cover Family Members Of Employees

Being able to offer group health insurance to your employees can really help your company stand out. Many potential employees will be more likely to choose your company over a competitor's if your company has an excellent group insurance plan, as medical expenses are particularly expensive in America. The average annual spending on health care for a person under the age of 65 is approximately $4,255 a year. Because of this, you should focus on getting an attractive group health insurance plan for your company—especially one that offers coverage for the employees' family members.   Read More...

Get a CLUE: Insurance Report Facts Homeowners Need to Know

If you were having trouble getting a loan or a credit card with a low interest rate, you'd probably check your credit report to find out what was wrong. If your car insurance payment skyrocketed without explanation, you might look up your driving history report to check for errors. But do you know where to start looking for answers if you're paying too much for your homeowner's insurance? Many homeowners don't.   Read More...

Starting A Home Business? Make Sure You Get The Right Insurance Coverage

If you are planning on starting a business out of your home, you may need to update your homeowner's insurance policy. Homeowner's insurance is a necessity if you own a home, but adding a home-based business can affect the rates you pay. In addition, you will want to make sure your new business has enough insurance coverage, and this may require modifying your current policy. Here are several things you should know about insurance and a home business.   Read More...

Renters Insurance: What Is It And Why Do You Need It, Anyway?

If you are like most renters, you probably don't have renters insurance. According to a survey conducted by the Insurance Information Institute in 2012 only 31% of renters purchase renters insurance. You may assume that you don't need insurance because your landlord has homeowners insurance. You may be surprised to learn that in order to protect your possessions you need a separate insurance policy. Doesn't the Landlord's Insurance Cover Everything in My Rental Space?   Read More...