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Learn More About Car Insurance Coverage

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With so many different coverages, it’s hard to know what’s right for you. Understanding the different types of coverages can help you find the right car insurance policy for your needs and budget. Learn about auto insurance coverage with GEICO. What is car insurance? Car insurance helps provide financial protection for you, your family, other

What to Look for in a Life Insurance Company

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Whether you are single, a couple, or a family with children, life insurance is one of the most important purchases you will ever make. There are many benefits of life insurance to your family including peace of mind for your family’s future and the security of knowing your loved ones won’t be burdened with paying

Guaranteed Issue vs Term and Whole Life Insurance

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There are various points in life when people decide they need life insurance. Once you’ve come to that decision, you will usually be presented with several options and plans. Knowing which type of life insurance is best for you can really help save you money and make sure that the decision you make will give

How Do Life Insurance Payouts Work When Someone Dies?

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Life insurance can give you peace of mind that your family and assets are protected should the unthinkable happen and you are no longer able to provide for them. There are different types of life insurance policy options that lead to different forms of payouts to survivors. If you’re looking to purchase a policy or recently received

6 Holiday Shopping Rules to Help Prevent Identity Theft

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People think it can never happen to them. But when you’re shopping online or in the store, you’re at risk for identity theft. In fact, every two seconds a new person in the United States falls victim to identity theft.1 This means an adult’s odds of being victimized are just one in 20. Identity theft rules

Not on my porch: How to avoid package theft

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For all the convenience that ordering online gives us, there is an unfortunate downside – our delivery may be taken by someone else before we’re able to get our hands on it. Package theft, especially around the holidays, is a growing inconvenience for many consumers. Approximately 26 million Americans say they’ve experienced a package theft, with

Tips for Tying The Insurance Knot

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Invitations? Check. Rings? Check. Honeymoon reservations? Check. Insurance policies? Um, what? We get it. If you’re planning a wedding, insurance considerations likely aren’t at the top of your honey-do list. But when you gather together to join two lives, you’re also creating a legal union that will merge all your assets, finances, taxes and—if you

Quick Guide to Insuring your Engagement Ring

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Will you marry me? No matter how you saay it, asking someone to marry you is a huge step in your life and can come with some pre-proposal jitters. Not to add any more stress—but have you thought about what you would do if something happened to the ring? What if you lost it? Or

What to do When Your Car Won’t Start

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You’ve grabbed your coffee, found your car keys and herded your children out the door. Everyone’s buckled up and ready to go – on time. (A small miracle!) But when you go to turn on your car . . . nothing. Here’s what to do when your car won’t start: 1. Cover the basics. Make

5 Best Insurance Tips for Millennials

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Adulting (verb) – acting like an adult or engaging in activities usually associated with adulthood, often responsible or boring tasks.1 If you’re a millennial, you know this definition all too well. You’ve reached the age where you may be taking out student loans, buying or renting a place to live, having kids and, ultimately, purchasing