Underinsured Motorist Coverage: How Much and Do You Need it?

Most states have minimum requirements for liability coverage. Often set at $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident, this type of insurance covers you when you are at-fault in an accident and cause damage to the driver and their property. If the other driver is at fault, their liability insurance will cover you. Tit-for-tat, all is well. But […]

Underinsured Motorist Coverage: How Much and Do You Need it? is a post from Pocket Your Dollars.

What Is “Accessible Income” on a Credit Card Application?

If you’re applying for a credit card, you might stumble upon this term “accessible income.” In fact, that’s the only situation in which you will come across the term: on a credit card application. So, you need to know what it is. Accessible income is not just income you earn from your regular job. Rather, …

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What Is High-risk Auto Insurance?  

Insurance companies determine risk when calculating rates and offering coverage. If the company determines that your accident risk is higher than average, you’ll have to purchase high-risk auto insurance. Since companies base rates on risk, you can expect to pay more for coverage if you need high-risk insurance.  Find out why you might need high-risk […]

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My home buying story: How VA loans helped this service member buy a home

    Name: Chris V. Year: 2004 City: Kapolei Occupation: Army Age: 21 Salary: $20,000 + $1,300 a month housing allowance Home Price: $160,000 Chris and his wife, Nichole, had only been married for a couple of years when they bought their first home in 2004. Like most young couples, they didn’t have enough income for a giant mortgage or […]

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25 Tips for Sharing Expenses with Roommates

Having roommates can be a great way to reduce your monthly living expenses. It can also mean living in a bigger apartment or a nicer area than you could otherwise afford. But negotiating finances with friends (or strangers) also comes with potential pitfalls, especially if you have roommates who don’t always pay what they owe, […]

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