Monthly Archive: January 2016

Jan 31

What Is Property and Casualty Insurance and Why Do I Need It?

Very simply put, property refers to your “stuff” and casualty refers to other people’s “stuff” that you are liable for. Property insurance is somewhat simple to describe. It includes many types of insurance designed to handle risks that we will suffer financial loss because of something we own is damaged or destroyed. Generally, these types …

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Jan 30

7 Keys to Choose the Best Medical Insurance

So many questions need not faze you because we are here to guide you on how to choose the best medical insurance plan based on your needs. What points should you consider while buying a medical insurance plan so that your plan comes in handy when it is most required? Let us take a look …

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Jan 29

A Workers’ Compensation Attorney Considers the Past and the Future

The workers’ compensation attorney of today faces an ever-changing legal landscape that can impact whether or not the client will succeed. Rather than filing suits, actions for work-related injuries take the form of petitions that are present to administrative tribunals. These quasi-judicial forums have different practice rules than a traditional court and are governed by …

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Jan 18

How To Get A Great Deal On Redundancy Mortgage Protection

One of the greatest fears of redundancy is the fact that you would not be able to pay your mortgage or any of the debts you have incurred. If you cannot pay your mortgage, chances are that you might lose your home. It would there be wise to provide for the loss of income by …

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Jan 16

An Insight Into How Long Term Investment Is Useful

Long term investments – these are one of the best things and one of the wisest things that any individual can and should start doing as early as possible in life. There is ideally no perfect age to start working or to start saving. It will help not just the individual but also his or …

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