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Health Insurance 101

Health insurance allows you manage your health care costs. From doctor checkups or injuries to treatment for long-term illnesses, health insurance can save you from costly visits. Instead of a large out-of-pocket cost, you pay health insurance premiums to get benefits...

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Don’t Overpay For Car Repair

Going to the car shop used to be inconvenient, expensive, and lacked trust...until now! The General® teamed up with CarAdvise to make booking car service easy, convenient, trusted at thousands of credible shops—all at a discount! Car Maintenance has never been so...

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Understanding Motorcycle Coverages

One of the first things you need to do before riding your bike is to get motorcycle insurance. Riding a motorcycle legally requires one to have motorcycle insurance. It's the law, but it's also a smart move since it can prevent major financial disasters. Motorcycles...

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Boat Insurance Answers

Your boat is likely one of your most prized possessions. It did not come cheap, the maintenance is not easy, but it provides some of the best leisure times that you and your family enjoy together. It is important to find the right boat insurance that will come to the...

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Building Blocks for Financial Health

It’s not always easy to know where you are on the path of achieving your financial goals. Let's take a look at 7 elements that make up financial wellness to help get you started. Income Your after-tax earnings is the best way to calculate income. Once you understand...

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Life Insurance FAQs

Learn about life insurance with a few of our most popular answered questions.   What is the difference between term and whole life insurance? - Term Life insurance simply pays a defined benefit within a defined period of time (the "term") upon the death of the...

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What is Renter’s Insurance?

Ask yourself whether you could afford to replace all your possessions if they were lost, damaged or destroyed. If the answer is no, renters insurance is a smart buy. The average annual renters insurance premium in the U.S. is only $188, or a little more than $15 a...

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