Understanding Insurance Terminology

3 Things You Need To Know About Becoming An Insurance Agent

If you are looking for a career change, you might be considering selling insurance for a living. There are many benefits to working as an insurance agent, and if you are good with sales, this might be a great option. Here are some things you need to know about selling insurance. Do You Need Any Special Education? You cannot become an insurance agent by just walking in off the street and applying for the job. Read More 

3 Things Your Home Insurance Will Cover

Every homeowner should carry insurance on his or her house. If you have a mortgage on the home, you will be required to insure by the lien holder. However, even if you have paid the house off, you should always carry homeowners insurance. Here are some things that homeowners insurance will cover for you. 1. Accident and Liability Coverage No one is immune from a lawsuit. Lawsuits happen every day, and, many times, you cannot foresee them. Read More 

3 Questions to Ask Your Auto Insurance Agent Before Making a Commitment

One of the things you will need to have is auto insurance if you drive a car. This can financially protect you from some situations that could cause tremendous problems in your life. It's ideal to get as much information as possible before signing up with any particular insurance provider. This could be the key to your success in finding the right one and knowing the right questions to ask is ideal. Read More 

4 Life Insurance Issues To Think About When Getting A New Policy

Life insurance can be a smart way to provide money to immediate family if you pass away, but it's vital to think about these four things when looking at a policy. Select a Suitable Policy Type If you are like many people and are focused on price when selecting a good policy, you may not realize that there are a couple of life insurance policies to choose from. One type, whole life, protects your family for as long as you continue to make payments on the policy. Read More 

3 Times You Need to File an Auto-Insurance Claim

If you are in an accident in which you are the only car involved, no one was hurt, and the repairs cost less than your deductible, you probably don't need to file an auto-insurance claim since the expenses associated with the accident are much lower than the impact to your insurance would be if you were to file an insurance claim. However, there are many other situations when it definitely makes sense to file an auto-insurance claim. Read More