When strangers began stopping me in the grocery store, I realized this State Farm ad was on a whole different level.
'It doesn’t matter if they cut every tree and bush on their property, we would not insure it because of where it sits.'
They say pictures are worth one thousand words, but voting literally can be worth hundreds of billions of dollars to you. When California voters like me voted on a highly-contested insurance reform ballot measure in 1988, we could not have foreseen how much it would have saved us 28 years later.
Five weeks and I didn't hear from Stacey so I followed up. It was only at this time when she began exploring the list and
Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani discusses how to save money for major first purchases with financial expert Shannon McLay.
Lava Mae is offering an invaluable service to those who need it most.
The plans, as revealed in a patent application, would combine biometric measurements with automotive data to create a "total impairment score" that could be used to set customized car insurance rates.
All dogs have the potential to be great. It just takes a responsible owner and a loving home to transform that underdog into a wonder dog. In fact, Venus is well on her way to being a positive force in her community.
DOL thinks it isn't enough to give lip service to a best interest standard. You also have to change the common industry practices that work against that goal. And that, of course, is why industry finds the DOL rule so threatening.
One of Eric Maitland's homemade breads, which earned him a spot at the prestigious San Francisco Baking Institute. Take for