Financial Planning 101 - Homeowners Insurance

Welcome to the latest entry in the Financial Planning 101 series. The last several blogs have focused on life insurance and now the focus will shift to home owners insurance. When purchasing a house most people just get issued a policy and make sure the amounts are sufficient to cover the cost of the house and their personal possessions. The truth is there are multiple types of homeowners policies and the goal of this blog will be to educate you on the different policy types so you can understand what is best for you. Why do you need homeowners insurance? Most of us think about protecting our home against fire or storm damage and that would be correct but there are lots of other coverages in

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