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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…

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…

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…

Young Military Family Saves Money with Gabi

Young Military Family Saves Money with Gabi

Tenina Bernard’s husband, a member of the Air Force Reserves, will be deployed later this year. The couple, who are relatively new parents, recently purchased their first home—in Bakersfield, Calif. With all the changes happening in their lives, Bernard has been focused on saving money. When she heard about Gabi, she…

Saving vs Spending $10,000, What’s the Difference?

Saving vs Spending $10,000, What’s the Difference?

This post is by Ben Yu, Thiel Fellow, founder of Sprayable and the digital currency Stream, which is set to be released at the end of 2017. A version of this post originally appeared on HackCreditCards.com. I hate those posts that keep you waiting for the “secret” answer until the very end.…

3 Ways to Lower Your Monthly Car Insurance Payments

3 Ways to Lower Your Monthly Car Insurance Payments

Have you ever found a twenty dollar bill in your pant pocket that you didn’t know you had? It’s quite a joyous occasion. Now imagine you had a pocket that may contain several dozen twenty-dollar bills. You’d probably check it, no?

Slashing your monthly auto insurance bill by hundreds of dollars is pretty much the same thing. Luckily it only takes a few steps.

Impacted by the California Wildfires? Read This.

Impacted by the California Wildfires? Read This.

At Gabi, our hearts go out to those who have been impacted by the recent California fires. We love California; it’s our home. Because we are a team of insurance experts, we wanted to lend some wisdom and advice (with regards to insurance) for those impacted by the fires. Hopefully, this post will alleviate some of your worries so that you can intend to more important things.

What to Do After a Car Accident When It’s Not Your Fault

What to Do After a Car Accident When It’s Not Your Fault

Knowing what to do immediately after a car accident can be difficult–let alone one where someone else is at fault. Obviously the first order of concern is everyone’s health and wellbeing.

Even if there are no injuries, emotions and adrenaline will be running high, and this fact may understandably impair your decision making. Here’s what to do to ensure that you’re not left with a huge bill on top of your traumatic experience.

Why You’re Likely Overpaying For Car Insurance

Why You’re Likely Overpaying For Car Insurance

How likely is it that you’re paying too much for your insurance? This is something we’d all like to know (and rightfully should). So we decided to ask several thousand car owners to share how much they’re paying for their insurance, then set out to find better rates for them by looking at quotes from all major car insurance companies. We wanted to find out how likely people are to overpay for insurance with any given company, and also how much savings we could find on average. In this post I’ll share what we learned.