Parents are looking to education insurance to protect school costs

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Many people are making sure their tuition money is safe by investing in policies to ensure coverage. Some parents who have realized the risk involved in the funds they spend on tuition are turning to education insurance to keep their investment safe. Should anything happen during a student’s college career, recovering education costs can be difficult. Colleges typically offer different forms of refund policies. That said, after four to six weeks into the semester have passed, the refund policies for most colleges will have expired. This means that it’s nearly…

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5 Life Insurance Policies You Should Consider (That Aren’t Term)

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Looking for life insurance? Purchasing a life insurance plan is one of the best ways to secure your family’s well being, providing you with peace of mind along the way. There’s no shortage of plans promising low premiums and strong benefits, but knowing what all options are out there and which to choose can be challenging. Read on as I unpack 5 life insurance policies that aren’t term, and see if one of them might be suitable for you. #1 Whole Life Policy Here’s the gist of a whole life…

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Insurance costs force the cancellation of Battle of Britain fly-past

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The Shoreham crash has caused the premiums for these performances to spike, making this one cost prohibitive. The prohibitive insurance costs associated with covering a fly-past of 20 spitfires for a commemorative ceremony of the Battle of Britain have cancelled this portion of the event. The reason is that the premiums have spiked dramatically following the crash at the Shoreham Airshow. That disaster occurred in August and killed 11 people. Now, it has led the insurance costs associated with air shows to increase to the point that they may no…

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Insurance costs are driven skyward by some ailments more than others

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New research has revealed the catastrophic ailments are the most expensive for insurers to cover. The results from a recent study that looked into health insurance costs has now revealed the 10 types of catastrophic ailments that are the priciest for insurers to have to cover as a part of their plans. Among the leading types of condition is going into labor early and having a preterm baby. Preterm births occur about 450,000 times every year and have been found to be among the highest insurance costs, says the new…

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Software is making the insurance industry more efficient

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Technology is becoming a powerful tool for insurance companies IBISWorld, a global business intelligent organization, has released a new report concerning the effect that new technology is having on claims processing in the U.S. Claims are nothing new for the industry, but how insurers deal with the claims they receive has been evolving rapidly over the years. As new technology becomes available, insurance companies are finding better ways to manage claims and process these claims at a more rapid pace. Insurers are also become more adept at weeding out fraudulent…

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Long term care insurance coverage costs continue their climb

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The price tag for these often vital policies are ever on the rise and show no sign of slowing down. For many people, the type of coverage that is provided by long term care insurance is an absolute necessity, because if they reach the point that they are no longer able to perform their own daily living activities – such as dressing, bathing, grooming, and preparing their own meals – they would not have the financial ability to pay for the assistance that they would require. Among those without coverage,…

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Homeowners insurance costs eclipse mortgages in Florida

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Florida homeowners now paying more for insurance than for their homes One of the highest expenses facing Florida families has long been the mortgage on their homes. Mortgages in the state, just as elsewhere throughout the U.S., put a large amount of financial pressure on families. While mortgages have been the highest expense for many families in the state, these families are beginning to pay more for their homeowners insurance coverage, according to the Insurance Information Institute. The non-profit organization suggests that consumers are paying more for their homeowners, auto,…

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