In today’s economy, many people are re-evaluating their expenses to make sure they’re getting the most for their money. Insurance is no exception. The A.P’s Ieva Augstum’s article in today’s Sunday Telegram outlines the decisions some Americans are being forced to make, and the resulting consequences.
Information is Cheap
Some insurance sites make it tempting and easy to see how much money you can save by reducing coverage that you may think you don’t need. But information without advice can give the false appearance of value.
The Value of Advice
Insurance is a complicated business. There’s a reason why agents must pass a rigorous licensing exam to sell to the public, meet continuing education requirements to keep their license, and why agents who’ve already passed the exam study for many more years to earn designations like CPCU or CIC.
At Noyes Hall & Allen, we understand that the most workable insurance is the one you can afford. If you must cut costs, our agents can help you compare the risks you’ll assume with the premium savings. Then, you can customize your decision to your individual situation.