You may be one of the many people making this mistake with your insurance. It’s an easy mistake to make, because you probably feel like you’re saving money. However, the money that you think you’re saving? You’re going to end up paying big time in the long run.
For many of us, purchasing car insurance can be a stressful experience due to our lack of knowledge in regards to insurance itself. It can be a complicated process, but if you educate yourself on your options, it doesn’t have to be. There are many small and big ways to save money on our car insurance out there that not everyone knows about.
Angela Gaspar, an Assistant Office Manager of A to Z Insurance does many things in her daily work life. Due to the fact that she is the only one currently in her office, she’s doing a little bit of everything. Gaspar works on deposits, renewals, following up on policies, helps transfer people to different offices.
In the world of car insurance we are all searching for ways to save money. With over 27 years of experience in the insurance industry, I can confidently tell you car insurance prices are rising and that’s not going to change anytime soon. But, even with prices rising, there are are few tricks you can use to keep your insurance rates low. Here are 5 tricks that can cut your car insurance rates!
This morning, CMS released a proposed regulation titled “Short Term Limited Duration Insurance”. This proposed regulation seeks to roll back Obama regulations around short-term insurance, extending the maximum duration of coverage to less than 12 months (364 days for example). Currently, the maximum duration is three months.
CMS will accept comments on the proposed rule for 60 days. The new rule around short-term coverage would go into effect 60 days after the publication of the final rule – we estimate the effective date could be as early as July 1, 2018.