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What Happens To My Mortgage Protection Insurance If I Sell My House?

When you purchase a home, you are likely to get offers for mortgage protection insurance, a type of life insurance that will pay off your mortgage in case you die or become disabled. This provides protection for your family if you are no longer there or no longer able to work to pay the mortgage. If you die, with some policies, the proceeds go directly...

Cargo Insurance Vs. Wholesalers & Distributors Insurance

Cargo insurance is not the same thing as wholesalers and distributors insurance. If your business is a wholesaler or distributor that ships cargo, you may need both types of insurance. Our experienced agent can review your business policies with you to help ensure you have the coverage you need at the best price for you. What Is Cargo Insurance? Cargo insurance provides protection against risks...

What Does My Renters Insurance Cover?

If you are renting a home or apartment, it is important to have renters insurance. Although there is no legal requirement that you carry renters insurance, it may be required by your landlord under the terms of your lease. It helps protect both you and your landlord by ensuring that, if something happens on the premises, either the landlord’s insurance or your renters insurance will...

Is Having A Lower Health Insurance Deductible Worth It?

When you are shopping for health insurance, one important question to consider is whether to go with a high-deductible or low-deductible plan. Unfortunately, there is no blanket answer to that question. The best type of health insurance plan for you will depend on your individual needs. Why The Deductible Is An Important Factor In Choosing Health Insurance Most people shopping for health insurance look first...

How Do I Change My Life Insurance Beneficiary?

It is crucial to name a beneficiary on your life insurance policy. Otherwise, when you die, the policy becomes part of your estate and subject to probate. However, you may change your mind about who you want your beneficiary to be, in which case you have the right to change it. What Is The Process For Changing Beneficiaries On A Life Insurance Policy? In most...