3 Ways To Improve Your Home This Year That Will Have A Positive Impact On Your Homeowner's Insurance Premium

Posted on: 18 June 2018

Homeowner's insurance is a necessary expense if you have a mortgage, or if you want to protect the investment that you made in the home that you purchased. Although homeowner's insurance is a necessary expense, it is an expense that you can have a little control over. With the right improvements to your home, you can lower your home insurance premium rates. 1. Install a New Roof If your roof is getting on the older side of things, it is time to install a new roof on your home.
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What To Know About Pregnancy Coverage From Medicare

Posted on: 28 April 2018

Medicare is primarily intended for people who are 65 years or older, so it may surprise you that something like pregnancy coverage is included with each policy. But don't forget that it's possible for people younger than 65 to qualify for Medicare if they are disabled. If you're disabled and still within your peak reproductive years, exploring how Medicare will support you during pregnancy may encourage you to start a family despite the health challenges you're already facing.
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Three Important Facets Of Property And Casualty Insurance School

Posted on: 18 March 2018

When you decide that you want to get into the business of insurance, whether you want to become a private broker or simply work in an insurance firm, it will be necessary that you take courses in property and casualty insurance and pass an exam. In short, property casualty insurance school gives you the basics of understanding loss and damages to personal property and how it interplays with insurance coverage and limitations.
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3 Financial Tips For Beginning Your Therapy Private Practice

Posted on: 8 February 2018

Ever since you started grad school, you've probably been dreaming about the day when you would go into private practice as a therapist. After years of internships and working as a staff therapist, you now have the referral business, loyal customers, and experience to work for yourself in your own therapy office. In order to ensure that your transition to private practice is a success, here are a few tips that will protect you financially and legally:
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