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I don't think that's how life insurance works, but you'll have to talk to the company your with. I would call them up and ask the questions you have to them directly. They have all of your information, and your policy, so they will be able to tell you how it works better than anyone on here would. Life Insurance Advantage Insurance

Finance | Answered on Nov 05, 2019


It really depends on your age. Age is a major factor in life insurance. It also depends on the coverage you are seeking. But if you are in your 30s, it may be around $20-30 per month.

Finance | Answered on Nov 05, 2019


Hi everyone, i think content for insurance no worries some article includ with home. But not all article home there in content single or post article Insurance. You may check website https://www.futuready.com/ for suggestion. thanks

Finance | Answered on Nov 02, 2019

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The most important things to consider when choosing a health insurance


1. Make sure you doctor appears on the doctors networks of your new insurance. If he doesnt, ask for the list of doctors they have and see his location and working hours, make sure that it suits your needs.<br>2. Make sure specialists that suits your condition appear on the doctors network.<br>3. Make sure that your pre existing conditions are covered in your new insurance.<br>4. Emergency: What is an Emergency according to your new health care plan, and are Emergency rooms and hospitals are covered?<br>5. Regular checkups: If you are used to have regular checkups or screenings, make sure they appear on your new plan.<br>6. Drugs and prescriptions: make sure that your new plan cover your regular drugs and maybe drugs and prescriptions you will need in the future.<br>7. Other services: ask about coverage for the following: Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation, Mental Health Care, Counseling, Home Health Care, Nursing Home Care, Hospice, Experimental Treatments, Alternative Treatments, Chiropractic Care. <br><br>Good Luck!

on Nov 02, 2019 | Finance


Contact Insurance Company asking for them to add lean holder. You need to give them the credit company name and address. You should contact lien holder to get the proper information to give insurance company - Then direct insurance company to send confirmation to finance company.

Finance | Answered on Oct 30, 2019


Hi Pieter:
FIXYA helpers try to help solve problems.
It seems to me that your question is one that should be directed to the specific company (or business) that you are enquiring about.
It may also be possible for you to use GOOGLE to access a forum that would be discussing the specific topic that you are interested in.
All the best.

Finance | Answered on Oct 29, 2019


Liability insurance is an insurance policy that protects you from being held responsible for warranted and unwarranted claims. A warranted claim would be like if a waiter at your restaurant spilled hot coffee on a customer where as an unwarranted claim is someone claiming you made them fat because they only ate food at your restaurant. Liability insurance is a means of protecting yourself from these claims. You can find more information here.

Finance | Answered on Oct 26, 2019


Basically there are 5 major types which you can read more about here: http://www.investopedia.com/university/insurance/insurance8.asp

Whole Life
Universal Life
Variable Life
Variable Universal Life
Term Life

Finance | Answered on Oct 25, 2019


Auto insurance can cover insured party, insured vehicle, third parties, fire, theft, no fault insurance, rent a vehicle cost, and/or tow your vehicle cost

Finance | Answered on Oct 24, 2019


If you have bad credit at that point you won't qualify for actual credit where you pay off your financial obligations with a loan from a bank as well as salary that back in month-to-month installments. Debt consolidation typically describes a high-risk practice of financial debt settlement: purposely skipping on your charge card to attempt to force your creditors to settle for less. Stay away from any sort of "financial debt consolidation" professional that guarantees to slash your financial debt as well as repayments in half with debt settlement deal ... This is a high-risk strategy of purposely stopping all payments to creditors as well as requiring your accounts into default to try settlements. You pay a monthly cost to a debt consolidator ... this entire fee goes to building a negotiation account as well as to the consolidator's charges to "settle" your accounts in the future. Your charge card business will deliberately not be paid so that all the accounts will default/charge-off so that they can try settlement deals at around 50 %. If you are present on your accounts, this process will definitely ruin your credit ranking for sure. Financial debt settlement is like a roll off the cubes with your financial resources ... You could never anticipate just how your creditors will answer the thoughtful skipping of your accounts ... they might settle at 50 % ... or they might serve you a summons, take you to court ... and if they earn, you might be considering wage garnishment.

Finance | Answered on Oct 21, 2019

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Pros and cons of home equity loans


There are some really great benefits to taking out a home equity loan. First because the loan has a fixed interest rate there will be no fluctuation as the economy changes. The money that you borrow in a home equity loan can be used to pay off credit cards and will help you to consolidate all your debt into a single payment that you make monthly. Even though the interest rate on a home equity loan may be higher than that of your mortgage it will still be lower than if you were to use credit cards to pay off your mortgage. And finally the interest on the loan may be tax deductible and depending on the use of the loan you may be eligible for leeway in deducting the interest.<br><br>At the same time there are a few things that you have to keep in mind before you take out the loan. When you take out a home equity loan you are borrowing a whole lump sum unlike home equity line of credit in which you only borrow as much as you need. You will want to be careful what you spend the money on, if you were to spend the money on remodeling your house then you have a greater chance of the value of your house appreciating as opposed to buying a car that as soon as you drive it off the lot beings to depreciate in value. Probably the most important thing to keep in mind is that when you take out a home equity loan your house is held as collateral so in the case that you are unable to make payments then you will lose your house.

on Oct 12, 2019 | Finance


Deductible is the amount that the insured must pay out-of-pocket before
the health insurer pays its share. For example, policy-holders might have to
pay a $500 deductible per year, before any of their health care is covered by
the health insurer. It may take several doctor's visits or prescription refills
before the insured person reaches the deductible and the insurance company
starts to pay for care. Furthermore, most policies do not apply co-pays for
doctor's visits or prescriptions against your deductible.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Health_insurance

Finance | Answered on Oct 12, 2019


For your life insurance policy needs, check out Bharti AXA life. It gives you the best and most complete coverage, check the website for more.
https://www.bharti-axalife.com/

Finance | Answered on Oct 10, 2019


Your primary concern is the rating of the insurance company am best is the best recognized rating agency. The rating is the likelihood of the insurer's ability to pay your claim, should you die. Beyond that, it's just about price. Do not buy whole life insurance for any reason

Finance | Answered on Oct 07, 2019


Yes, you really do. "Not only will a good policy save you money in the event that something happens to your home or belongings, an insurance company can also help you with other matters, like making your home more resistant to natural disasters. And though having homeowners insurance isn't required by law, mostmortgagelenders require you to have homeowners insurance in order to borrow money from them. If you live in acondominiumorco-op, you may also be required by your tenants' association to have homeowners insurance. Even if you have a relatively new, well maintainedhouse, homeowners insurance can help you in situations that may not be preventable. Say, for example, that you are having a dinner party at your house. A group of guests is gathered on the back patio, and one of the guests trips on a loose tile and breaks his ankle. You, as the homeowner, are potentially liable for the guest's injury. The right homeowners insurance policy should protect you against legal action and pay for the injured man's medical bills." From http://home.howstuffworks.com/real-estate/homeowners-insurance1.htm

Finance | Answered on Oct 05, 2019


Term Insurance calculator, calculates premiums based on input of age, gender, sometimes occupation , marital status at time of application. Term Insurance has no investment value other than pay on *****. It is a pay as you go insurance that may lock in a premium for a determined period of time. Can be good for children and young people. Usually it is more expensive the older you are when you apply.

Finance | Answered on Oct 03, 2019


Might be. Depends on your circumstance.

Finance | Answered on Oct 01, 2019

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The difference between Term Life Insurance and Whole Life insurance


The main difference between Term Life Insurance and Whole life insurance lies in what happens to the money.<br><br> In Term Life Insurance, you pay the monthly or yearly fee. If you die when the policy is active and paid, then your family will be covered and receive the amount which you have insured. If you don't die before the policy expires, you (or your family) receive nothing. <br> The premiums are lower than Whole Life Insurance but they change as you age.<br><br> Whole Life Insurance (AKA Cash-Value Insurance) has both insurance policy and Investment account.<br><br> The premiums are higher than Term Life Insurance but they are fixed (you pay the same premium even when you age). If you die, your family receives the death benefit but you can also cash the money when you are older or retired.<br>

on Sep 30, 2019 | Finance

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