Obtaining Health Insurance If You Missed Open Enrollment

Whether you have health insurance through your employer, or you purchase it from a provider, there is usually an open enrollment period in which you can purchase a plan or make modifications to an existing plan. For those who do not have insurance through work, the open enrollment period for the federal and state public…

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Insurance New Year’s Resolutions

During this time of year, many people make New Year’s resolutions. Examples include eating healthier, losing weight, paying off debt, or finally starting that business you have been talking about for the past few years. One area of your finances where it makes sense to create some resolutions for the New Year is with your…

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Enjoy Peace of Mind On Your Winter Vacation with Travel Insurance

During the holiday season and throughout the winter, many Northeasterners travel out-of-state to visit family members, or to spend time in a warmer destination. We all look forward to our upcoming vacations, but there is some stress to it as well. What if something comes up before or during the trip? What if there is…

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Benefits of an Umbrella Insurance Policy

Imagine this: a neighbor’s child comes over to play with your kids in the backyard. They are having a great time when suddenly you hear screams. The neighbor’s child has fallen and is badly hurt. The neighbors are, of course, forgiving; until the medical bills start coming in. Those bills are quickly exceeding the limits…

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Importance of a Comprehensive Homeowner Insurance Policy

For most people, their home is their largest asset. That being the case, it makes sense to do everything possible to protect it. Among other things, this means having a homeowner’s insurance policy that provides you with the right level of protection in case disaster strikes. Your homeowner insurance policy is one of the most…

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