From the category archives:

Deductibles

Choices After An Accident

November 2, 2010

Whenever you’ve been in involved in an accident that is NOT your fault, you have the option to run the claim through your own insurance company or through the insurance company of the party at fault for the accident. You might say, “Well, of course I’ll use the other insurance company!  The accident wasn’t my […]

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Higher Deductible Philosophy

October 5, 2010

Adopting an overall higher deductible philosophy can save you tons of money over the years. Spell that $M$O$N$E$Y$ in your pocket! Let me show you how it works.

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How to Review Your Homeowners Insurance Renewal Statement

February 10, 2010

For most of us, our home is our single largest and most important investment. Many of us have poured thousands of dollars and countless hours into maintaining, improving and (hopefully) paying off our homes. Many people own their homes free of any mortgage. These assets are pure equity. Certainly its worthwhile to invest 15 minutes […]

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Keeping, Dropping or Changing Your Comprehensive or Collision Coverage

March 29, 2009

Managing the cost of your insurance can be as simple as answering a few simple questions. Here’s a short discussion that will walk you through the process of deciding to keep, drop or to change (different deductible) your comprehensive and/or collision coverages in your car insurance policy. First we need to do a very short […]

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How to Review Your Auto Insurance Renewal Statement

March 29, 2009

You can save TONS OF MONEY by just taking a few minutes to look over that annoying little renewal statement that has your insurance bill attached to it. We sure get a lot of paper these days. Seems that in this paper-LESS society, we shouldn’t have quite as much paper as we do. True… we […]

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A Word About Deductibles…

February 17, 2008

Simply stated: A deductible is the amount that you pay toward a loss or claim before the insurance company begins to pay. The higher your deductible, the lower your premium. The more you are willing to participate in your loss, the greater the savings on your premium. The insurance company will offer your a lower […]

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