Why Most of Your Insurance Policies are Robbing You Blind

There are certain insurance policies that you are required to carry by law. For example, you must have insurance to drive your car. You must also have insurance on your home in most cases. Health insurance is something that is nice to have if you can afford it. However, how do you make sure you aren’t paying too much?

Only Buy What You Need

Find a policy that includes only the things you really need to have. Don’t buy comprehensive insurance on your auto policy if you drive an old car. Only purchase prescription coverage on your medical plan if you don’t get sick a lot. Sticking only to the things you will use will save you money on your premium and on the things you use your insurance for.

Most employers will have health care plans that they will provide for you. If this is the case, you may not have to allocate a lot of money for a good health care plan.

Bundle Your Insurance Policies Together

You can save money simply by using the same company for all your insurance policies. You can bundle your heath insurance, car insurance and homeowners insurance policy together. This should save you about 10 percent off your premium for all of your policies. What makes this an attractive option is that anyone can do it.

Contact your insurance agent if you need more information. Keep in mind that there are other discounts available as well that can save you money on your next insurance policy.

Look For Discount Insurance Carriers

Most States have health plans that anyone can enroll in for a limited price. This can be advantageous for those who are poor or self-employed. For your car insurance, you can go to the many different insurance options. Finding a discount carrier will allow you to save money while still getting the coverage that you need. Make it a point to look for a new insurance provider every six months or so. Knowing what the market has to offer makes it easier to save money.

Your insurance premiums don’t have to completely ruin your budget. Remember to buy only what you need, bundle your policies and look for discount providers. Getting cheaper insurance is an option for anyone who currently has a policy of any kind. You just have to be creative when it comes to doing so.

Post by Amanda

3 Responses to Why Most of Your Insurance Policies are Robbing You Blind

  1. I have never been able to bundle policies because I go for the lowest price individual policies. I would love to combine all the policies, but I am unwilling to pay a premium for it.

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