Traditionally, insurance companies have considered a driver’s history when calculating auto insurance premiums, basing prices on factors such as age and record of accidents and traffic tickets. Usage-based insurance or “pay as you drive” and “mile-based insurance,” is gaining traction.
Nearly 100,000 people each year have their identity stolen, according to Federal Trade Commission statistics. Just one bank slip or piece of mail can lead to having your credit destroyed by an identity thief. Here are 5 ways you can help protect your personal information.
A fact that many people often overlook is that getting insurance isn’t a one-and-done thing. For example, the policy you purchased when you had sparse furnishings after buying your home is no longer going to fit once you’ve outfitted your home with nice furniture and appliances.