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Big savings are not all they seem, at least when it comes to buying auto insurance. The just-released J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Insurance Shopping Study finds that poor service is a leading reason why customers shop for and switch to a new auto insurer, rather than price. READ MORE >>

Did you know that taking 15 minutes to get married could save you at least 15% on your car insurance? According to a report, a 20-year old married woman pays an average of 22% less for car insurance than her single counterpart. And a married 20-year-old man pays 20% less than his single friend of the same age. 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 >>

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 >>

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 >>

Due to the litigious nature of our society and the rising cost of vehicles, car insurance rates are hefty throughout the nation. The bad news is that insurance isn't likely to lessen in price any time soon. The good news is that there are things that you can do to minimize increases and/or lessen the burden on your wallet. READ MORE >>

In a dour housing market, wouldn't it be nice to know that your remodeling project would pay off when you went to sell the property? Remodeling Magazine evaluated the top remodeling projects, how the cost-to-value has changed since the housing market implosion, and which projects are still worth the investment. READ MORE >>

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