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There aren’t many better ways to spend a day off than out on the open water with the sun on your face. Boating is a popular pastime, with more than 15 million boats registered in the United States, but many boat owners don’t know the importance of having a dedicated insurance policy for their boatRead More
If you own a golf cart, it’s a good idea to have insurance for it. In fact, some states and homeowners’ associations require it. The type of coverage you need depends on how and where you use your golf cart. In this article, we will discuss the best type of insurance for your golf cartRead More
More than 2 million burglaries occur each year in the United States—that’s one every 15 seconds—but there are ways to protect yourself, your family, and your belongings without breaking the bank. Before you dole out big bucks for a top-of-the-line security system, check out these tips to keep your home secure on a budget.Read More
Personal property coverage is the part of a home insurance policy that covers items like furniture, antiques, jewelry, clothes, and electronics. Every home insurance policy includes some personal property coverage, but depending on the value of your belongings, it may not be enough. That’s why insurance carriers offer several types of additional coverage for personalRead More
Locking up and winterizing summer vacation homes is something that many Americans do each year, but it’s important to do it right. Many things can go wrong over the long, cold winter months, and if you don’t properly winterize your vacation home, you could be met with an awful surprise when you open the houseRead More
The holidays are a joyous time, but the celebration also marks the 14 worst days of the year for home fires. More household fires occur between December 24 and January 6 than any other two-week stretch of the year. Christmas trees, cooking, candles, and chimneys are all contributing factors. Let’s discuss the “four Cs” ofRead More