If you canât afford to pay all your bills right now, the last thing you need is overpriced car insurance. But thatâs exactly what can happen if your credit dipsâ¦
This guest post is written by Richmond Howard for Good Financial Cents. Richmond runs the blog MealPrepify. Four years ago my wife and I were almost broke. It was our first year of marriage and I had been out of a job for almost five months. I wasnât making money and I was about to […]
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To benefit from insurance coverage, you’ll need to pay a premium. A premium is a payment to your insurer that keeps your coverage in place. Insurance companies determine your premium by deciding what the risk is to insure you. Here’s … Continue reading →
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Annaâs email requesting help with her finances began with a unique confession. âFarnoosh, my money problem garners little sympathy,â the 32-year-old wrote. âMy issue is that I make too much of it.â Now, THIS is interesting, I thought. I immediately…
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People often switch auto insurance providers to help save some money on the cost of their policies. While moving to a new insurance provider can help you shave a few bucks off your monthly premium, switching car insurance isnât always the best idea. Many insurers offer valuable incentives to keep their customers, and you might […]
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Insurance companies determine risk when calculating rates and offering coverage. If the company determines that your accident risk is higher than average, you’ll have to purchase high-risk auto insurance. Since companies base rates on risk, you can expect to pay more for coverage if you need high-risk insurance.Â Find out why you might need high-risk […]
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