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Can My Life Insurance Company Ever Cancel My Policy?

If you have purchased whole life insurance, your policy should continue in effect until you die, at which time death benefits are paid to your beneficiaries. If you have purchased term life insurance, it should continue until the expiration date of the policy. Although you can cancel your life insurance policy at any time, the insurance company can only cancel for specific reasons. For example,...

What Does Contractors Insurance Not Include?

Every contractor needs a commercial general liability insurance policy to protect company assets and reduce liability risks. Commonly known as contractors insurance, a construction general liability policy can protect your contracting business against liability for injuries, accidents, and property damage. Proof of this type of insurance is required for many jobs for both contractors and subcontractors. What Kinds of Coverage Does Contractors Insurance Provide? A...

10 Great Hikes East Of The Mississippi

If you’re looking for a picturesque hike, many praise the long and arduous trails of the West. But there are also plenty of breathtaking hiking destinations east of the Mississippi, and some of them may be in your own backyard. The combination of fresh air, exercise, and beautiful scenery can offer benefits for both the mind and body. That can help a lot after a...

Tips For Maintaining An Older Car

More people are keeping their cars longer. The older a vehicle, the more likely it is to be paid off, plus you may get lower auto insurance premiums on higher mileage vehicles. Treating an older car right with proper maintenance can help extend its useful life. The following are some tips for maintaining an older vehicle. Follow The Manufacturer’s Recommended Maintenance Schedule Your user’s manual...

811: The Number To Call Before Digging

Whether you’re planting a garden, installing a mailbox, or hiring a contractor for a more complex job, it’s important to call 811 before digging in your yard. Why? Calling 811 will get your underground utility lines marked and your project off to a safe start. Utility services such as cable TV, telephone, electric, gas, water, and sewer are often buried underground. Unintentionally striking one of...

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