Planning for the Future

Deciding When It Is Safe To Drop Collision From Your Auto Insurance Policy

If you have an automobile insurance policy, and you feel your rates are a bit higher than you would like to pay, dropping collision coverage is an option you may have considered. While this is likely to reduce the amount of your insurance bill, conducting this action prematurely can cause you a larger loss in money should you get in an accident down the road. Here are some tips you can use to help you decide when is the best time to drop this coverage, if at all. Read More 

Bad Driving Record? Two Tips to Help You Get Affordable Car Insurance

If you have a less than perfect driving record, you may think that you're doomed to always pay astronomical rates for car insurance. However, although your driving history does play a role in determining the cost of your vehicle insurance protection, there are other factors that are weighted as well. Making changes to some of the other components of the car-insurance equation may be the key to helping you lower your insurance rates. Read More 

Car-Insurance Tips for Families

Auto insurance is more than a legal necessity; it is also good protection in the event of an accident. This is especially true if you have a family that is often transported in your car. The following insurance tips will help you get the most from your policy and possibly even save you some money. Tip #1: Make sure all injuries are covered Chances are you often have your family members and possibly some of their friends in the car with you when you are out and about. Read More 

Business Insurance Options For Graphic Designers

As a professional designer, there are many things that you need to set up for your business. Getting good insurance coverage is something that should come early on to protect your budding business relationships. Here are some of the important types of insurance to get as a graphic designer.  Professional Insurance The first thing that you'll want to look into as a professional designer is professional liability insurance. This type of insurance will cover you in case their are problems with your professional work. Read More 

Tips For Safely Working On Your Car To Avoid The Risk Of A Fire And An Insurance Claim

When you're a homeowner, it's important that you never engage in any risky behavior that could lead to the risk of a fire. While your home insurance provider will take care of you, going through the claim process even in the event of a minor fire and having to pay a deductible is something that you'd rather avoid. If you're an automotive buff, you might frequently find yourself working on your car at home — possibly without thinking about the potential fire risks your work could lead to. Read More