I’m super conservative when it comes to making sure I’m covered. I’m one of those people who worry about not being covered and I’m not one to take risks when it comes to finances and my health and that of my family. So, I have health insurance, car insurance, home and contents insurance, life insurance, income protection insurance, trauma insurance as well as public liability insurance and professional indemnity insurance. Wow, that’s one heck of a list and a mouthful, isn’t it? I don’t want to even think about how much it all costs but I do know that if I didn’t have this cover and something went wrong, it would cost me a whole lot more.
So, what can you do to cut your costs of insurance?
It’s so easy to become complacent about your insurance policies and just pay them year after year. You pay the premiums and you’re covered. If you don’t look around for better deals, you might be paying more than you should. It’s a good idea to do a comparison every 12 months. Invest in yourself and spend a day comparing other insurance companies and see if you can save. There are a couple of things to look out for:
What could you do today to help save on your insurance expenses?
Yours in finance,
Sarah Hudson xxx