I mentioned last week that I have been shopping around for car insurance. Many people do not understand the factors that impact their insurance rates, and my research brought out some important things to know in the unknown world of insurance premiums.
Like most people in their 20s, I am at an interesting point in my life when it comes to life insurance. I can get a policy now for the lowest price ever again, yet I don’t feel compelled to get it yet. Here is the logic behind why I probably should get life insurance, and
When you go into the store and pick out your fancy new Android or iPhone, the sales folks always offer you an insurance plan for your phone. These plans are usually about $10 per month and sound like a good deal, but is it really worth the cost?
We can make plans for side-income and income from hobbies all day, but unless we are self-employed full time, our employer is the source of our primary income. Your employer often gives you a lot more than that. Make sure you are taking full advantage.
As many of you know, I bought my first condo just over a year ago. Going from renter to buyer, I learned a lot about insurance. When it is time for you to renew or evaluate your next policy, you should know the basics of what is covered and what is not.
If you read the news today or listen to talk radio, you will most likely hear some mention of unemployment and how bad the economy is. I disagree, the economy is in great shape. You just need to look after yourself to ensure your personal economy stays on top.