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How To Know When Your New Car Needs A Tune-Up

Modern cars do not generally require a tune-up in the traditional sense. Engine parts are designed to last longer, and new cars don’t have the same components that needed to be adjusted or replaced in the past. Nevertheless, modern vehicles require regular maintenance. The following are signs that your new car is ready for a trip to the mechanic. A Light on the Dashboard Comes...

What Is The Long-Term Disability Waiting Period?

Long-term disability insurance is designed to help cover your living expenses should you become disabled. However, the insurance company does not start paying out benefits immediately if you become seriously ill or injured. You must meet a specific definition of disability for a certain period of time (typically 90 to 180 days) before your benefits start. This period of time is known as the waiting...

Is It Ever Too Late To Get Life Insurance?

Strictly speaking, it is never too late to buy life insurance. However, the longer you wait to purchase a policy, the higher your premiums and the more limited your options. If you wait too long, you may have to settle for a policy that is less than you want at higher rates. Why Buy Life Insurance Early? The younger you are when you buy life...

Do I Need Commercial Property Insurance If I Work From Home?

If you run a business from your home, your homeowners insurance may not provide all the protection you need. Some homeowners insurance companies have denied claims that they determined to be related to business rather than a legitimate homeowner claim. Consult with our agent on whether you need commercial property insurance in addition to your homeowners policy. What Does Commercial Property Insurance Cover? Commercial property...

Beginner’s Guide To Renters Insurance

Landlords carry commercial property insurance to protect them from loss in case of a covered disaster, such as a fire or explosion. But this coverage protects only the building structure and the landlord, not your belongings when you are renting a house, apartment, or condo. Renters insurance can help replace your personal items lost in a disaster. What Does Renters Insurance Cover? Named Perils The...