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What Do You Do if You Have Been Denied Car Insurance?

Auto insurance is required in the US. But it's very difficult for some people to get car insurance, either because of high-risk factors or a poor driving record. So what you do if you can't get car insurance or if you're denied by your traditional carrier?

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Want low property taxes? Then head to these lower-cost cities

Properties taxes increased by 4 percent nationwide last year, but the upward trend wasn’t unilateral. In fact, according to new data, some cities saw property tax rates as low as 0.35 percent last year.

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Where home prices have slowed the most — and one state where prices actually dropped

With the median home price hitting $300,000 for the first time ever last week, choosing your location wisely has never been so important when buying a house. Fortunately, according to new data, there are still a few U.S. locales where home prices are affordable — or even dropping.

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What is a “Robo Advisor” and Should You Be Using One?

You probably never imagined taking financial advice from a computer program, but that’s exactly what a lot of people are doing these days. These programs are called robo advisors, and the best robo advisors have the potential to help you invest your money more effectively.

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What to Do If a Borrowed Car Gets Into an Accident

Auto insurance for your own driving and vehicle is one thing, and it’s pretty clear; such insurance covers events that happen while you’re behind the wheel. But what happens when you let your friend or family member drive your car and they get into an accident? Does your insurance still cover them? We’ll answer these questions and more below.

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Auto Insurance Basics

If you don’t yet have car insurance, odds are you don't yet know what to look for. Alternatively, you might already have an auto insurance provider but feel like you can do better either in terms of rate or coverage. Either way, there's no reason you need to suffer from subpar auto insurance, especially when you pay so much to protect your wallet in the first place.

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When Is It Smart to Pay for Car Damage Out of Pocket?

There are plenty of times when an auto accident means you should file an insurance claim, particularly if the costs will be very high. But there are times when it might be more convenient, both in terms of paperwork and costs, to just pay for any repair costs out of pocket. Let’s go over how to determine when it’s smarter to pay for car damage out-of-pocket.

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Safe Driving Tips

Driving safely is the number one way to lower your insurance costs and eventually get stackable discounts for being a good driver. Let’s go over the best five tips you can utilize to improve your driving safety and minimize the chances of your insurance payout being penalized in the event of an accident.

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Is a Reverse Mortgage Right for You?

In its simplest form, a reverse mortgage is a way to tap into your home’s built-in wealth in the form of a loan. Reverse mortgages are offered to people over the age of 62 as a way to tap into home equity for cash.

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10 Ways to Save Money on Auto Insurance

Let’s face it. We all like to save money, especially when it comes to auto insurance. But does lowering your insurance premiums mean less-than-adequate coverage or working with a provider whose customer service leaves a lot to be desired? Not at all. We’ve put together a variety of suggestions to help you save money on auto insurance without sacrificing quality in the process.

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