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Summer is the time to dip your toes into a swimming pool, lounge around at a picnic and let your worries fall by the wayside. But don’t let the long, lazy days of summer cause you to become too complacent behind the wheel. Here are five driving hazards that should remain on your radar during the warmer months. READ MORE >>

With annual events like proms and graduation parties, and, of course, the starts of summer vacation, teens are more likely to be on the road this time of year; but parents beware, the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day has been labeled "The 100 Deadliest Days" for teen drivers. READ MORE >>

One of the more disconcerting aspects of becoming an adult is realizing that things don’t always work out for the best. That’s where insurance comes in. By paying a premium to an insurance company, you can protect yourself against disasters ranging from a flooded apartment to an injury that prevents you from earning a paycheck. READ MORE >>

Whether you have a luxury in-ground pool, or plan to blow up an inflatable kiddie pool, it is important to consider the safety implications.  There are an estimated 7.4 million swimming pools and five million hot tubs in residential or public use in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). READ MORE >>

Home Business, Small Business, Global Business—Here’s How to Choose the Right Coverage for Your Business The types and amount of insurance that you need for your small business are based on several factors. What type of business are you in? Where is it located? Do you have employees? READ MORE >>

Singles may have more fun, but they also pay more than their married friends for car insurance. A single 20-year-old pays 21% more than a married 20-year-old for the same policy, a new study from InsuranceQuotes.com found. To an insurer, it comes down to statistics -- and singles get into more accidents. READ MORE >>

Landing your dream job, or your dream internship. Moving to a new city. Embarking on a torrid love affair (or three?). Meeting the love of your life. Buying your first house, or saving up for it. Finishing your first marathon. READ MORE >>

In general, flood insurance is only available through the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) run by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). A few private insurers offer excess flood insurance. According to FEMA, floods, including inland flooding, flash floods and seasonal storms, occur in every region of the United States and 90 percent of all natural disasters in the U. READ MORE >>

Whether you are married or living with a partner, splitting up affects your home owners insurance needs. Add a few insurance-related tasks to your post-breakup to-do list to find out if you’re over- or underinsured.   READ MORE >>

Homeowners policies typically cover the average dog bite claim, but you’ll need an umbrella policy to protect you if your dog causes a more serious injury. Dog bites accounted for more than one-third of all homeowners insurance liability claim dollars paid out in 2012, costing insurers more than $489 million, according to the Insurance Information Institute and State Farm. READ MORE >>

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