When Flood Insurance Coverage is the Right Idea

The chance of a flood is a risk most homeowners and renters don’t even consider. Most people live in areas with low to moderate flood risk, and never even consider the possibility of costly flood damage to their home or personal possessions. The situation is even worse for those in at-risk areas. Nationally, only 20% […]

Published or Updated: April 5, 2013

COBRA Insurance Just Isn’t Worth The Cost

On June 1st of 2010, the decision was made to end the COBRA subsidy, which effectively increased the health insurance payments of all unemployed individuals by 65%.  This news, while unfortunate, was just another article I had written.   However, a recent development has shown me first hand, just how unaffordable COBRA health insurance is for […]

Published or Updated: September 17, 2011

When Should You Carry Only Liability Auto Insurance?

Buying a car can be an exciting time. Unfortunately, this excitement can be somewhat deflated by the prospect of choosing an insurance policy and the appropriate amount and type of coverage. In order to actually choose the best policy for your driving needs, it’s important to be educated on the different types of insurance – […]

Published or Updated: April 5, 2013

How Much Life Insurance Do You Really Need?

When my wife and I first had children, one of the big questions I asked was a familiar one: How much life insurance do I need? While nobody likes to think of their own demise, it’s prudent to consider what financial ramifications your death could have on those you leave behind. It gives me tremendous […]

Published or Updated: April 3, 2014

The 10 Most Expensive States to Insure Your Automobile

As any driver knows, a whole host of variables can affect how much you pay to insure a car on the road. Getting older? The most dangerous drivers are younger than 25, the safest between 50 and 65. Statistically safer drivers, women tend to pay less. Accidents and tickets within a recent number of years […]

Published or Updated: March 15, 2012

The DoughRoller Weekly RoundUp (What’s Another $50 Billion Edition)

On June 1st, COBRA subsidies expired, meaning newly unemployed individuals can no longer be eligible to receive a 65% deduction on their current health care plan if they chose to keep it after becoming unemployed.  For example, let’s say John Q was laid off on January 1st, 2010.  COBRA allows John to continue his health-care […]

Published or Updated: April 21, 2014

25 Factors That Affect Auto Insurance Premiums

There are a lot of factors that affect how much you pay for auto insurance. Some of these factors are in your control, some are not. Auto insurance companies use a process called underwriting to take your information, assess the risk they believe you present, and then quote a premium. While insurance companies do not […]

Published or Updated: March 14, 2013

Pay-Per-Mile Auto Insurance–A Great Idea Ahead of its Time

At first glance, it seems like a great idea. Pay by the mile auto insurance. Drive a lot, pay more. Drive less, and save. But what seems like a great idea has had difficulty gaining traction. For a variety of reasons, including technology, regulations, and marketing, pay as you go auto insurance has stalled in […]

Published or Updated: June 6, 2013

InsureMe.com Review

Before the days of the internet, the ways in which you could compare insurance quotes were limited to two.  Either you had the time to visit brick and mortar insurance companies and provide all of your personal details, or you sat at home attached to your phone talking with a sales representative.  The process was […]

Published or Updated: May 23, 2016

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