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Let’s be brutally honest with one another: paying for car insurance sucks. It doesn’t make your car go faster, handle better or look dope, and chances are good that you’ll pay into it and never need it. READ MORE >>

In the chaos and excitement of buying a new house, it’s easy to settle for the first homeowner’s insurance quote you’re offered. Now that you’re a seasoned homeowner who’s thinking about refinancing, you may be wondering if you’re getting the best deal from your current insurance provider. READ MORE >>

You’re not working but Federal law states you must have car insurance. How in the world do you do that? It’s hard enough to survive, let alone pay for an expense that now doesn’t look all that worthwhile keeping up. The risks far outweigh the benefit of not having autoinsurance. READ MORE >>

Long-term care insurance policies give consumers many different choices for coverage, care and payment options. Some of the features you can consider include: Accelerated premium payments: LTCI policyholders can choose a policy structured for lifetime premium payments or one that accelerates their premium payments into a shorter period. READ MORE >>

You might want to drive a lot more defensively the next time you get behind the wheel of your car, because your chances of getting into an accident with an uninsured driver are going up—way up. And accidents involving uninsured drivers are likely to be more serious. READ MORE >>

The back-to-school season is upon us and college students across the country are moving into their new homes for the coming school year; a process that involves expensive personal possessions, such as computers, electronics, bicycles, clothing, and other personal items that would be costly to replace though they are highly prone to damage or theft. READ MORE >>

New research by eCar has shown that women lie with greater frequency than men on car insurance applications to get lower rates. With close to 280,000 applications received per month, eInsurance Group found that in one month, 20 percent of these ended up in fraud investigations. READ MORE >>

Nearly one in five homeowners does not have enough insurance to rebuild his home if it is destroyed in a disaster, market research company J.D. Power said on Thursday in its annual survey of insurance customer satisfaction. The survey comes just days after Hurricane Irene laid waste to tens of thousands of properties along the U. READ MORE >>

When you are involved in a car accident or your car is damaged in some way, your first instinct might be to contact your insurance company to report a claim. After all, this is what you pay insurance premiums for, right? Not necessarily. You may want to reconsider before you pick up the phone to report a potential claim. READ MORE >>

Thousands of trees in the Greater Washington area were felled by Hurricane Irene, plunging hundreds of thousands into darkness and raising a thousand insurance-related questions, such as: “Is the damage from hurricane winds covered?” “Who is responsible for the damage if a tree falls on my neighbor’s yard? READ MORE >>

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