Tag: Texas Insurance

April 20, 2017

What Factors Affect Car Insurance?

Nearly 5.3 million people are involved in some form of an auto accident every year. Whether you just started driving or have been doing it for years, there’s a very high probability that you will be involved in an accident someday, which is why having coverage is so important. Studies also show that roughly 1 in 8 drivers are not insured, which can jeopardize your […]

April 17, 2017

Last Minute Tax Tips

Benjamin Franklin once penned, “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” This infamous quote has stood the test of time and seems to be more relevant today than ever. Almost everyone has spent the past few weeks preparing to file their tax returns before the deadline hits tomorrow. Filing your taxes can be an immense pain, but it’s […]

April 10, 2017

Money Saving Car Insurance Hacks This Easter

Do you like to save money? Of course, you do, we all do! Life is a series of cycling expenses that tend to drain our pocketbooks. Sure, you may catch a savings deal here or there, but normally we don’t get breaks like that when it comes to paying bills – including car insurance. Paying for car insurance is a very frustrating monthly task, but […]

April 3, 2017

5 Ways to Improve Gas Mileage

Summer is quickly approaching and that means family vacations! However, it also means gas prices are bound to gradually increase. While vacation driving does put miles on your car, a car that is guzzling gas empties your pockets. This may seem like a lose-lose situation. However, no matter what kind of car you drive, you can obtain better fuel economy than you’re getting right now. […]

February 28, 2017

5 Ways to Avoid Road Rage

There are a lot of angry stressed out drivers on the road who tend to react poorly to certain situations. This often leads to road rage, which can be a very dangerous threat to highway safety. Even though you can’t control how others react to certain driving behaviors, you can always control your actions. Deal with these aggressive drivers and ensure your safety with these […]

January 30, 2017

5 Tips to Avoid Tax Identity Theft

Paying taxes is considered a civic duty for every working American. The money we pay is distributed to many programs, resources and salaries that help our country thrive. Tax season is upon us and many people are looking to get an early start on their tax returns. However, there are some cases of criminal activity such as tax identity theft during this time. This occurs […]

December 22, 2016

5 Safety Tips for Driving at Night

We’re a little over a month into the end of day light savings and it’s fair to say that most people are still trying to adjust to the time change. No matter how well or how safe you think you can drive, driving at nighttime always poses many challenges. Because of this, it’s a good idea to keep some safety tips in mind to make […]

December 19, 2016

5 Ways to Save Energy During Winter

The holidays are a wonderful time of celebration and merriment, but there’s one unfavorable truth about the season: It always takes a toll on your bank account. With decorations, presents and preparation costs, it’s almost impossible to make it to the New Year without saving money. Fortunately, there are certain ways you can conserve cash on energy costs during this time of year so that […]

December 15, 2016

5 Winter Housekeeping Tips

The winter season can bring us joy along with some discontent. For most homeowners, heavy snowfall and icy conditions can cause severe damage to their properties. In order to prevent Mother Nature from putting you in a financial hole, make sure you take the necessary steps to protect your home. Check out these five winter home-keeping tips! Outdoor Preparation – Frozen pipes are a major […]