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Big savings are not all they seem, at least when it comes to buying auto insurance. The just-released J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Insurance Shopping Study finds that poor service is a leading reason why customers shop for and switch to a new auto insurer, rather than price. READ MORE >>

Did you know that taking 15 minutes to get married could save you at least 15% on your car insurance? According to a report, a 20-year old married woman pays an average of 22% less for car insurance than her single counterpart. And a married 20-year-old man pays 20% less than his single friend of the same age. READ MORE >>

Have your auto or homeowner insurance rates been creeping up? If so, you may have been “POed” by your auto insurer. According to new information from the Consumer Federation of America, some insurance companies are secretly “price optimizing” customers; charging them a hig... READ MORE >>

Parents are paying premiums up to 71 percent higher in the state because of these younger motorists. Parents of teen drivers in Texas are watching their auto insurance premiums skyrocket as they add their adolescent children to their policies, causing them to have to pay an average of 71 percent more than they used to. READ MORE >>

Going without a health plan is bad for your personal and financial health. Lack of health insurance increases an individual's risk of dying prematurely and being unable to pay for housing or food due to medical bills. The federal health care overhaul aims to drastically reduce the number of Americans who don't have insurance. READ MORE >>

You've probably heard this before, maybe loads of times. When it comes to insurance, it pays to shop around. There's a reason that line is repeated so often: It's solid advice, because big savings are possible. READ MORE >>

More than other age groups, people over 65 are reluctant to consider changes in their insurance needs. Consumers of all ages tend to get locked into policies they've owned for a long time. Older consumers are even more reluctant to change, and the companies count on it. READ MORE >>

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