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Home insurance helps protect you from food poisoning lawsuits and other potential problems tied to holiday celebrations.
As people head out for holiday shopping, they may be able to reduce anxiety by not going with spouses or friends, who have been voted as “most annoying drivers.”
One in five drivers say they are ready for robot cars, and cheaper insurance could sway even more to hand over the wheel.
From employment prospects to insurance rates, being caught driving under the influence can have lasting consequences.
Despite recent laws, you can still negotiate specific closing costs lower to help you save money when it's time to buy or refinance a home.
Halloween pranks can lead to vandalism that damages your vehicle. If you have comprehensive coverage you'll be covered.
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