These factors raise red flags for insurers and increase costs for homeowners.
The Parents Guide to Insurance for College Students
Saying the last goodbye in the dorm parking lot, the stark realization dawns that you can’t protect your child from every risk. It’s time to let go. But back at…
What Inspires You To Think About Life Insurance?
Your grandchild's college education?
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In this video series, John Nielsen, director of AAAs Approved Auto Repair Network and Auto Buying Services, demonstrates the basics of how to buy and maintai...
Don’t Be Fooled: How To Spot A REAL 1970 Chevelle SS
An in depth summary of casting numbers, dating systems, and mandatory features to look for on a 1970 Chevelle that must be present in order to be a true SS.
Homeowners' insurance 101: Getting your coverage right
Homeowners are naturally concerned about protecting their properties — but many also worry about the protection itself. Making sure you get things right with homeowner's insurance takes information, thought and perhaps a little expert help.
What You Need to Know About the Massachusetts Automobile Insurance Plan
If you’re the average driver who hasn’t been in an accident in years, never worries about your driver’s license being revoked, and can get insurance when you need it, you’re probably not familiar with the Massachusetts Automobile Insurance Plan (MAIP). We hope you never need it. But for drivers w
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It's a common misconception that homeowners insurance can also cover your home-based business. But without proper business insurance, there could be serious gaps in your coverage.
Learn How to Best Protect Your Business with These Tips to Help You Buy Commercial Insurance
Choosing the right coverage can be difficult. Check out what you need to know about how to choose the right business insurance for your needs.
Tips On Getting A Great Deal On Car Insurance
1. Shop often. Check out several different insurance companies every two to three years. Maybe your situation has changed—say you’re driving fewer miles, which can lower your premium a little. Or maybe the carrier has adjusted its underwriting or rating in ways that help, or hurt, your bottom line. You get little benefit from sticking with the same insurer year in and year out; our research in the past has found that the “long-term customer discount” is mostly a myth 2. Cast a wide net. Try shopping on TheZebra.com, which uses data from Quadrant, a private company that collects and analyzes rate filings supplied directly by insurers. (Quadrant is also the company we engaged for our price analyses.) The Zebra offers estimates from 18 to 35 insurers, depending on the state. That compares…