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February 2020

6
Feb

Should a Big Raise Also Lead to More Life Insurance?

Should you consider getting more life insurance if you get a large raise?   Congratulations, you got a big raise! Whether it was an unexpected surprise or you’ve been working towards it for months, you may well be celebrating in style. Afterward, it worth considering how a big raise may impact your life insurance. It’s not often something people think

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13
Feb

Engaged? Here Are 3 Financial To-Dos

Money moves to make before getting married.   Valentine’s Day is right around the corner – Are you planning on popping the question to your loved one? Perhaps you got engaged over the holidays. Either way, congratulations! While newly engaged couples are often in an eternal state of bliss, it’s worth sparing a moment to think about finances. Although it’s

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20
Feb

How to Thief-Proof Your Car

Deterrents to prevent car theft.   Have you ever thought about how theft-proof your car is? You rely on it every day to get you to work, enjoy life and look after your family. It’s stressful, inconvenient, and expensive to be without it, so it pays to better protect it from theft. Although modern immobilizers and smart key technology in

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27
Feb

Why Do I Need Separate Flood/Earthquake Insurance?

Protecting your property from mass-destruction events.   A number of disasters are covered by your homeowners insurance,  however, every policy has its limits. Most standard homeowners insurance policies exclude flood and earthquake damage because they are considered mass-destruction events. If you live in a flood zone or an area prone to earthquakes, you will need to purchase separate flood insurance

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