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Life changes can put our emotional states into hyperdrive. What you need to do when you experience a major life change is something you’re not thinking about. That’s why we’ve created a list of all the major life changes and what steps should be taken after each. From moving out of your childhood home to retirement, all stages and changes in life require adjustments to your financial protection.

You should never feel alone when making these decisions. Finding coverage on your own can be time consuming, confusing, and leave you feeling unassured.

Think about it this way, would you go to court without an Attorney? Would you invest heavily without a Financial Advisor? Would you feel equipped to file your own taxes without an accountant?

For the majority the answer to these questions is a resounding NO! So DON’T leave your insurance to chance. Let a professional do all the work for you! Get a quote here¬†

 

 

 

Buying a new car is one of the most common life changes and will likely be one of the first things a new adult will do. Often times a young adult will be added to the policy of a parent until the “inexperienced driver” completes school or otherwise becomes ineligible. Either way you look at it, it’s a major life change for the individual and families. Gone are the days of assigning a minor to the oldest vehicle on the policy to save.

If you are buying a home, then you will know to purchase insurance. But, did you know that renters need insurance too? Nearly 75% of families that rent don’t have renters coverage and the property owner is NOT responsible for your belongings.¬†


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