3 Little Known Ways To Save Money On Auto Insurance

As a driver, you know how important it is to have auto insurance. After all, without auto insurance, you are liable to pay out of pocket for damages you cause to another person's vehicle or property, as well as injuries that you may have caused in a wreck. On top of this, you will have no coverage for the damage that is done to your vehicle, which means you will need to be paying out of pocket for either a new car or the repairs that you current car needs. Read More 

What Every New Homeowner Should Know About Home Fire Claims

Across the United States, there was a home fire reported nearly every minute and a half in 2014. Despite how common these fires are, many homeowners find themselves confused and unsure how to proceed in the aftermath of one. As a new homeowner, it's in your best interest to understand the basics of what to expect following a house fire. Here are a few things you should know in case of a home fire. Read More 

Why Your Beauty Salons Needs Professional Liability Insurance

Opening up a full-service beauty salon is a great idea, especially if it's in an area where these types of services are not available. Services offered at salons can include manicures, hair coloring, facials, massages, and more, and these services are all popular for men and women. As you prepare to open a business like this, you will need to hire the right employees for the jobs, and you will also need to make sure you purchase the right types of commercial insurance policies. Read More 

Three Signs That You Need Commercial Insurance

Owning a small business means protecting your investment in any and every way possible. While most every small business owner understands the importance of different types of insurance for small businesses, many still dismiss it as unnecessary. While the reasons for dismissal vary, these business owners remain unprotected. Here are a few key indications that it's time for you to start shopping for commercial insurance to protect your business. You Own or Lease Commercial Property Read More 

Three Ways For College Students To Reduce Their Auto Insurance Premium

If you're a college student, it's possible that you're working hard to keep your expenses as low as possible as you juggle tuition, living and food costs. One of the ways that you can wind up with a little more money in your bank account at the end of the month is to make some cost-saving changes to your auto insurance premium. Although you'll often see this rate dropping over the years as long as you keep a safe driving record, there are multiple ways of saving money in the interim. Read More