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Home insurance and auto insurance were much more straightforward for yesterday's "typical American household" that included a mom, a dad and their kids. Today's multigenerational households and other nontraditional living arrangements are more complicated, and the insurance issues can be, too. READ MORE >>

Lawmakers in Colorado are taking a new look at homeowners insurance which have been based on the complaints that have been collected from property owners over the last months since the wildfires in the state. In fact, they are now closing in on an agreement on a number of different changes to the coverage. READ MORE >>

Your home might be your biggest asset and is probably the biggest purchase you will ever make, so it would stand to reason that you would want to protect it from unforeseen events that might harm it causing expensive damage. And you’re not the only one who wants to protect your home, at least while it’s still partially owned by the bank. READ MORE >>

Linda Peterson was stunned when she received the renewal notice for her homeowner's insurance policy a few weeks back. The annual premium was rising from $1,370.74 a year to $1,981.99, a much larger jump than she had expected even with the calamities she witnessed in her own backyard of Colorado Springs. READ MORE >>

From TheFool.com Homeowners' insurance is deceptively simple. It's the coverage you need in the event of significant damage to your house, yet not all policies, or situations, are equal. For example, the homeowner who is covered for a fire may not be covered for a flood or an earthquake. READ MORE >>

You should be able to trust that your car insurance company will be there for you when you need it.  However, while the vast majority insurers are legitimate, you always should watch out for car insurance scams – scams that are carried out by people inside and outside the insurance industry. READ MORE >>

The residents of Colorado have had a rough 2012. In April it was announced that 98% of the state was facing drought conditions, which raised crop prices and, even worse, set the stage for what would become one of the worst wildfires in Colorado history. READ MORE >>

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