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It's your big day! From flowers to tuxedos, a lot of planning goes into making your wedding day a success. Then, after you've said your "I do's," your new life begins. You start making life decisions together that impact you equally. One of those decisions includes how you handle your home and auto insurance. We're here to help you navigate the benefits of combined insurance.
Save money on weddings

Save money on weddings

Planning your dream wedding while sticking to a budget can be challenging. Get money-saving wedding ideas to maximize your budget while still creating your perfect day!

Should Married Couples Combine Health Insurance

Should Married Couples Combine Health Insurance

Marriage discussions should include practical matters such as health insurance — whether to maintain separate policies or combine plans.

Post-Wedding Checklist for Newlyweds

Post-Wedding Checklist for Newlyweds

From ID changes to estate planning, newlyweds have a few legal, insurance and financial things to take care of after the wedding is over.

Marriage and Money: The Other Big Questions to Pop

Marriage and Money: The Other Big Questions to Pop

Don't avoid early conversations about budget and savings. It could prove costly later.

Have the Talk: Couples Financial Planning

Have the Talk: Couples Financial Planning

As a couple it's important to discuss how you both want to manage the money.

Insurance Articles to Consider

7 Moments When You Should Check Your Insurance

7 Moments When You Should Check Your Insurance

Insurance protects you, your family, and your property, but it can only do its job if it's up to date.

What To Consider When Choosing a Beneficiary

What To Consider When Choosing a Beneficiary

What Factors Should You Consider When Choosing a Beneficiary?

Four Reasons for Getting Life Insurance

Four Reasons for Getting Life Insurance

Life insurance is often thought of as a way to protect loved ones by providing for final expenses, estate taxes, etc. But let's think beyond that. Who else depends on you and your income?

What to Know About Co-signing a Loan

What to Know About Co-signing a Loan

Co-signing a loan for a family member or friend has potential risks and consequences. Learn more before making this big financial decision.

Cover two people with one policy, often at lower cost

Cover two people with one policy, often at lower cost

Joint universal life insurance can cover two people with an income tax-free death benefit paid to beneficiaries.

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