If you are in need of some money-saving tips for your auto insurance, you are going to want to read through the following tips. The more tips you use, the more money you should be able to save each year. Ask About Multi-Vehicle Discounts Some people find out that they are paying too much for their auto insurance payments because they did not know to ask about multi-vehicle discounts. Basically, it is a discount that you receive for having more than one vehicle insured with the same company. [Read More]
How To Handle A Denied Life Insurance Claim
A life insurance policy through a company like Reinhardt's Insurance Agency can lessen the financial upheaval that often follows a loved one's unexpected passing. Sadly, it's not uncommon for a life insurance policy claim to be delayed or even denied for various reasons. The following explains what you can do in the aftermath of a denied life insurance claim. Learn Why It Was Denied One of the most common reasons for a life insurance claim denial is due to material misrepresentation caused by false or inaccurate information. [Read More]
From Military Service To Entrepreneur: What You Need To Know When Starting Your Own Business
According to the United States Small Business Administration, veterans are almost twice more likely to be self-employed than those who have never served in the military. Perhaps this is due, at least in part, to the discipline and dedication that is instilled and ingrained into those who serve in the armed forces. Here's what you need to know if you are a veteran, or you are currently in the military and quickly approaching your ETS date, and you are interested in starting your own business. [Read More]
Spend Most Of Your Workday Driving? How Can You Keep Your Insurance Costs Low?
Although it takes most U.S. workers an average of only 26 minutes to commute to work each day, some employees who travel around the state (or country) to entertain clients, drum up business, or make deliveries may spend far more than an hour per day in their vehicles. Unfortunately, the more you drive, the higher your risk of eventually being involved in an auto accident, and therefore the higher your insurance rate--often even if you have a better driving record than another driver who spends far less time behind the wheel. [Read More]