Dangers of Distracted Driving

Posted on November 15, 2018
Distracted driving is any activity that could divert your attention away from the main task of driving.1It is something that is both dangerous and disturbingly common. In fact, drivers spend more than half of their time focused on things other than driving.2 You may be surprised to learn that cell phones and texting are just part of the problem when it comes to distracted driving. While stowing your phone while you drive ...Read More

What’s The Best Financial Institution For Personal Loans?

Posted on November 14, 2018
  When you need a personal loan, you need flexibility. You need a lender willing to help you out and listen to your situation. The best bank for personal loans must provide you with a few fundamentals. The financial institution should lend you enough to handle your needs while also remaining affordable. Finding The Best Bank For Personal Loans When it comes to flexible lending and practical costs, a credit ...Read More

What is Phishing?

Posted on October 26, 2018
Phishing is a popular form of fraud using an e-mail that appears to be coming from your financial institution, asking you to verify your information. These e-mails direct you to a site that looks just like your financial institution. From here, you are asked to provide sensitive information that can be used for fraud and identity theft. Any e-mails you receive asking for sensitive information should be reported immediately. Partners ...Read More

Umbrella Insurance Coverage    

Posted on October 15, 2018
Umbrella insurance provides extra liability coverage that can help protect assets, such as your home, car and boat. It also helps cover defense costs, attorney fees and other charges associated with lawsuits. What Does Umbrella Insurance Cover? Whether it's a serious car accident involving pricey medical bills or an incident on your property, you can quickly find yourself responsible for damages that exceed the limits on your auto, homeowners or ...Read More

How to Add a Teen’s Car to Your Insurance

Posted on September 15, 2018
You've been playing taxi driver for your high schooler for a few years, and now that she's gotten her driver's license, she's borrowing your car, leaving you stranded. Maybe it's time to consider getting her a car of her own, but what impact will that have on your car insurance? It's a daunting prospect, especially since the average annual cost of car insurance was $907 in 2014, according to data ...Read More

Personal Loans Guide [Everything You Need To Know]

Posted on August 18, 2018
Borrowing money can be intimidating, especially if it’s your first time. There are many different types of financial tools for borrowers. It can be tough to choose the right one when you don’t understand them. Personal loans are popular and accessible for good reasons. They’re particularly well-suited for covering unexpected or large expenditures. Here’s a guide to understanding personal loans and how to find the right one for you. Quick ...Read More

5 Questions to Ask Your Car Insurance Rep

Posted on August 15, 2018
When it comes to choosing a car insurance policy, many of us let premium price drive our decisions. But cutting corners on cost could leave you underinsured and overexposed to the risks of the road. Fortunately, it’s easy to strike a balance between affordability and adequate coverage when you have the right information.1 Remember: your insurance representative is a valuable resource. Asking these five questions before you purchase a car policy ...Read More

4 Things Every Renter Needs to Know About Renters Insurance

Posted on July 15, 2018
Buying renters insurance to protect your stuff may seem like an unnecessary expense, until you experience a theft or fire in your rented home or apartment and lose some of your most treasured possessions forever. Whether you're a longtime renter or starting out in your first place renters insurance policies provide important benefits and coverage. If a fire or similar incident destroyed your home and you didn't have renters coverage, it ...Read More

How Does Renters Insurance Work?     

Posted on June 15, 2018
If you rent an apartment or home, you might not be thinking about insurance. After all, you don’t own the building and your landlord may have insurance in case something happens. But if your living room is damaged in a fire, your landlord’s policy likely won’t cover your brand new laptop or your vintage vinyl record collection. Renters insurance helps protect your personal property inside your apartment — your electronics, ...Read More

What are the Benefits of Personal Loans?

Posted on May 21, 2018
Personal loans are an ideal solution for your financial needs, thanks to their flexibility and affordability. Different lending options are available especially if you have average or better credit. The better your credit, the fewer limitations on your personal loan. Regardless of your unique circumstances, personal loans are often the best route to take for funding life’s anticipated, or unexpected, adventures.   6 Benefits of Personal Loans Here’s a closer look ...Read More

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