How Much Do You Know About Life Insurance?

Insurance isn’t exciting or flashy, but it is absolutely necessary if you want to provide for your family in those times when it feels like the rug has been pulled out from under you. Many forms of insurance are required, for instance, most lending institutions require homeowners insurance which covers the value of your house in case of  damage and also covers against lawsuits should something happen on your property.
Most people understand how necessary it is to have a good life insurance policy to replace the breadwinner’s income but many do not give it the priority it deserves. Those with families and children are usually most vigilant when it comes to having Life insurance coverage. But there is never really a bad time to talk about and shop for life insurance coverage.

Hurricane! How to Get Compensation after Significant Home Damage

Hopefully, you’ve survived the recent hurricanes without incident, but with so many people suffering damage from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma you might be wondering how to get compensated if you suffer damage. For instance, suppose you are in the situation of my neighbor David. His roof was about 20 years old and so had about 5 years of life left in it before he was going to have to replace it. But along came hurricane Irma which ripped off about a dozen shingles and created leaks and potential leaks.

5 Tips for Paying for Medical Bills on a Budget

It is an unfortunate fact that millions of Americans continue to struggle with overwhelming medical bills every single month. Even if you have excellent insurance, you might still be hit with unexpected expenses and fees after visiting the hospital. Here is a look at five tips that will help you pay off your medical bills without breaking the bank.

Tips for Navigating Your First Home Mortgage

Owning your first home is a major milestone that you should be proud of. However, there are plenty of things you need to do to prepare for it. This includes signing a mortgage, which is a loan you’ll pay back on a monthly basis to the bank you borrowed money from to pay for the house. In order to be a responsible homeowner, you need to have a solid understanding of your mortgage.

Strategies To Help You Afford Better Healthcare

With healthcare costs higher than they’ve ever been, more and more Americans are feeling the pinch. There aren’t a lot of easy solutions, although there are some ways you can save. These methods do not involve skimping on care, since your family’s health is too important for that. Here are some strategies to help you afford better healthcare.

Getting the Best Deal on a New Car

ar shoppers should keep in mind that American car dealerships are like Persian bazaars, and this means that they should not be afraid to negotiate. Auto shoppers should start their purchase journey online searching for a car model that meets your needs and has a good track record. Once you’ve decided on the model you are interested in you can start looking at the dealership inventory. Using the inventory search and lookup tools, shoppers will have a solid base for negotiation.

Budget Busters: How to Handle Unexpected Costs

“When you have the money it isn’t an emergency but simply an inconvenience.” You should be setting aside money to cover these unexpected eventualities. But if you haven’t, you are in good company.

The Family Minivan: 4 Money-Saving Steps to Fix Up Your Vehicle

The minivan is a very useful and versatile vehicle, from taking the kids to soccer practice to picking up supplies at the lumber yard the minivan does it all. But routine trips and errands in your minivan can lead to many minor problems. Dents, chips in the glass and stains on the carpet are common issues. Rather than having these fixed by the mechanic, you can take care of these minor problems yourself and save a bundle in the process.