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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 >>

When shopping for the best auto insurance rates, you'll find a recurring theme in the information that prospective insurers collect in order to quote the cost of a premium. Common questions such as your name, social security number, zip code, car make and model, and estimated miles driven each week, are probably expected. READ MORE >>

You may already know the importance of shopping around to score the best rate on your auto insurance premiums, but did you know that certain factors (or the absence of them) could cause your insurance premiums to rise? READ MORE >>

What makes something worthwhile? When it comes to your home, it’s all about long-term benefits. These four actions will save you tons of time and money down the road! Plant Trees. If you have a yard that can handle it, planting a few trees on your property will go a long way. READ MORE >>

You buy insurance to protect your home and car from damage, but when an accident happens, is it in your best interest to file a claim? It seems like the answer should be a resounding "yes," but a middling "maybe" is a far better response. Why the ambiguity? READ MORE >>

A winterized house and a heavy blanket will keep you comfortable during a chilly night, but nothing delivers that toasty, warm-to-the-bone feeling quite like a space heater (except maybe a roaring fireplace). If you’re going to break out a space heater or two this season, take a minute to brush up on these dos and don’ts. READ MORE >>

WHY DO THIS? As fall temperatures turn into winter chills, the pipes in your house run the risk of freezing and breaking. This can cause serious water damage (which quickly turns into major wallet damage). In fact, frozen or broken water pipes are second only to hurricanes in terms of the number of homes they damage in the U. READ MORE >>

Do your plans for 2014 include a new home? If you’re thinking about signing on the dotted line for a new mortgage this year, it’s important to understand the new federal regulations that go into effect on January 10. READ MORE >>

You probably wouldn't hold onto the same cell phone for 20 years, right? Home items like your thermostat are no different! While your entire house doesn’t need to be on the cutting edge, these four items are worth upgrading: Homeowners Insurance. If there’s a flood, are you covered? READ MORE >>

With 2014 around the corner, you might be thinking of changes to make -- whether it's to hit the gym more often or to finally take that cross-country road trip. But when you're making those resolutions, don't forget about your wallet. READ MORE >>

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