You Get What You Pay For? Not Always the Case with Insurance

You Get What You Pay For? Not Always the Case with Insurance

A cheap pair of shoes will probably wear out long before an expensive pair. And a housepainter with the cheapest rates may leave more smudges on your walls than the more expensive alternative. But when you pay less for insurance, that doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting less value. Unlike shoes and paint jobs, insurance prices don’t vary based on value: Each insurance company is required to pay for covered claims

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How much homeowners insurance do I need?

How much homeowners insurance do I need?

Your home is likely your most valuable investment, and the right homeowners insurance can protect that investment against the risk of fire, hail and other damages. But your insurer will only pay for as much as your policy warrants, so it’s crucial to make sure you have enough insurance to cover the cost of potential damages. Home insurance typically covers four different things: the structure of your home, the contents

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Insurer Profile: State Farm

State Farm is an insurance and financial services company that services more than 80 million insurance policies in the United States. Company Roots: In 1922, a retired farmer named George Mecherle founded State Farm as a mutual insurance company for auto insurance. The company started out with a specialty in offering auto insurance for farmers, and eventually added homeowners and life insurance. Later, it began offering banking and financial services.

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Insurance 101: What You Need to Know About Insurance to Save Money on It

Insurance 101: What You Need to Know About Insurance to Save Money on It

We all need car insurance, home insurance or renter’s insurance, but many of us don’t quite understand how it works. But if you understand how insurance works, you’ll be more likely to save money on insurance. Here’s what you need to know. How Insurance Companies Make a Profit  Insurance customers pay premiums every month or year, and most of the time, insurance companies collect more in premiums than they pay

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Insurer Profile: Progressive

The Progressive Corporation is one of the United States’ largest providers of car insurance, with more than 13 million policies. Company Roots: Progressive was founded in 1937. By 1956, the company had established a niche of insuring more risky drivers. In 2016, Progressive had more than $20 billion in annual premium business. Progressive has traditionally lived by its name: It was the first car insurance industry to launch a website,

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Healthcare Administrator Saves Almost $300 Annually with Gabi

Every month, Myong Cross was paying $82.50 each month for car insurance. A healthcare administrator in Arizona, Cross was able to make the payments but the price just seemed too high. “My car financing company told me about Gabi and I was ready to check it out,” Cross says. “I was paying too much to my former auto insurance company.” Cross visited Gabi.com and followed the easy prompts to link

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What’s Covered by Home Insurance (And What Isn’t)?

What’s Covered by Home Insurance (And What Isn’t)?

If you own a home, you need homeowner’s insurance to protect your investment. But many homeowners are uninformed about the types of damages that insurance will cover. For instance, when Hurricane Harvey battered the Gulf Coast last year, leaving flooded homes in its wake, 80 percent of its victims did not have insurance coverage that included flood damage, according to USA Today. Rather than leaving your home—and your financial situation—vulnerable

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How Does Gabi Keep My Data Secure?

How Does Gabi Keep My Data Secure?

Want to save money on insurance but hesitant to provide too much personal information? That’s understandable, but with Gabi, you don’t have to worry about your personal data because we make security a top priority. “Our website has built-in features to keep data secure, and we have specific processes for storing and encrypting all customer information,” says Will Andree, Operations Associate at Gabi. “We never sell or share data with

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Everything You Need to Know About Collision Insurance

Everything You Need to Know About Collision Insurance

State laws require drivers to purchase liability insurance, which covers the damage to another person’s car if you cause an accident, but there’s no requirement to carry insurance to repair your own car. Collision insurance helps pay for damages to your car if you crash into another car or object or roll your car, and if your car is totaled, it helps pay replacement costs. According to the Insurance Information

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What You Need to Know About Comprehensive Car Insurance

What You Need to Know About Comprehensive Car Insurance

You’re not required to purchase comprehensive car insurance in any state, but it may still be a smart move. Comprehensive insurance covers damages to your car caused by anything other than hitting another car, such as flooding, fire, hail, falling objects or riots, and pays for the value of your car if it’s stolen. Seventy-eight percent of insured drivers purchase comprehensive insurance, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Imagine you’re

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