Insure Completely

No one likes to pay for insurance. No one likes to use insurance (because it usually means something bad happened).

But we all need it.

This category covers the different types of insurance policies you might need, how to think about where they fit in your world, and making sure you are fully insured.

Life Insurance

Disability Insurance

Renter's Insurance

The Best Renter's Insurance Companies in 2024

Renter's insurance is a must have if you rent. Luckily, it's not expensive yet offers a lot of protections – many of which you probably weren't aware of. For example, it can cover you if someone is injured on your property due to your negligence. Or even if you damage someone else's property by accident.

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Everyday Life Insurance Review 2024

Everyday Life is an insurance brokerage that uses a Predictive Protection model to determine how much life insurance you need. But how does it compare to other insurance providers, such as Fabric, Ladder, and Bestow? Find out in this Everyday Life review.

Otto Insurance Review: Is it Legit?

Otto Insurance is an online insurance aggregator that uses your personal information to match you with insurance companies that can offer you free quotes. But Otto is a fairly new company, so you may wonder if it's a legit place to look for an insurance policy. Find out in this Otto Insurance Review.

15 Largest Life Insurance Companies in the U.S.

When shopping for life insurance, you want to make sure the company you're dealing with is going to be around for a while. And while size isn't everything, companies with a larger market share have a more extensive customer base which can translate to greater financial stability. Here are 15 of the largest life insurance companies in the U.S.

What Is Life Insurance and How Does it Work?

Most Americans don't understand how life insurance works or why it's so important. If they did, more than 40% of the population would have enough life insurance coverage. In this article, I explain what life insurance is, how it works, and what types of life insurance you can buy.

Cheapest Car Insurance for New and First-Time Drivers

Car insurance is typically the most expensive for drivers under 25. However, just because you fall into one of these driver categories doesn't mean you should settle for high insurance rates. Our guide to the cheapest car insurance for new and first-time drivers contains everything you need to find affordable coverage.

Is Home Title Lock Insurance Worth It?

Have you heard of title fraud? Home title lock insurance is meant to prevent it... except it's not as common as you'd think and the insurance isn't as helpful as it claims.

Globe Life Insurance Review: Online Approvals Without a Medical Exam

If you’re looking to quickly purchase a life insurance policy with a relatively low death benefit, Globe Life Insurance is worth checking out. That’s the exact type of policy they specialize in. They offer an all-online approval process for both adults and children, often with no requirement for a medical exam.

Walnut Insurance Review: Life Insurance Meets Health and Wellness

It can be difficult for a consumer to know which company to choose for their life insurance policy. Walnut has created life insurance memberships designed for today’s active lifestyle. In this Walnut Insurance review, we’ll share what that product entails and whether or not it might be a smart choice for your life insurance needs. 

Understanding the Average Cost of Homeowners Insurance

Homeowners insurance covers the homeowner for damage or loss related to hazards like fire, storm damage, and theft. The average cost of homeowners insurance nationwide is $1,249 per year. In this guide, we’ll explain the various factors that will impact your cost of homeowners insurance.

Best Short-Term Health Insurance Plans for 2024

Medical treatment is incredibly expensive when you’re uninsured, making health insurance essential. Until you can get health insurance from your employer or a government marketplace, the best short-term health insurance can fill your coverage gap at a reasonable cost. While you won’t enjoy permanent health insurance benefits, these policies can cover doctor visits and emergency care for less than $100 per month.

What Happens When an Insurance Company Goes Out of Business?

What do you do if your insurance company goes out of business? Getting a refund isn’t exactly an option although you can still have coverage and file claims during this unfortunate event. The impact can be worse for life, long-term care, and disability policies. Here is a closer look at your options if your insurance company declares bankruptcy.

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