Are you wasting money on insurance?

Englander, Debra Wishik
March 1993
Redbook;Mar93, Vol. 180 Issue 5, p26
Offers guidelines for picking out health, automobile, life, and home insurance policies without overspending. Multiple coverage for one kind of protection; Prioritizing your risks; Deductibles; Determining your needs; Protecting yourself from losses by insuring for replacement value; Call points. INSETS: 10 Policies you don't need.;Small changes, big savings.;How to pick a safe insurer.;Changing life, changing coverage.


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