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Best Auto Insurance Websites For Getting Free Quotes

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All major auto insurance companies have online sites where shoppers can come for a free quote. This is not surprising with over 35% of auto insurance shoppers preferring to buy their policy online, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Insurance Website Evaluation Study. The remainder of insurance policies are purchased through agents, at […]

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Combining Insurance Policies For Discounts and Convenience

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Buying auto insurance, whether it’s business auto insurance or private auto insurance, can prove to be one of the most exhaustive processes to go through, and can also prove to be one of the most expensive bills that you have as well. Consumers are constantly looking for ways they can reduce the cost of their […]

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End of Year Car Deals – How to Save When Auto Shopping (Dealers Beware)

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Year-end is deal time as dealerships rush to clear old inventory and shift their bottom lines from red to black. So many would argue that buying a car, particularly a current year model, is best done nearing year-end. In addition to timing your auto purchase, here are even more great tips to save money when […]

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3 Types of Free Auto Insurance Quotes You Should Be Getting

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Auto insurance is probably one of the most competitive industries out there. This is generally good news for consumers, who have access to hundreds of insurers and a myriad of options. However, because it is easier and the more hassle-free option many people tend to stick with their existing insurer for a long time, despite […]

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6 Car Insurance Discounts You Should Be Getting

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Not everyone is eligible for the long list of discounts that insurance companies offer. But there are some discounts that almost every driver can get. Here are six car insurance discounts you should already have or be trying to get. Multi-Vehicle Discount If you have multiple cars or share a household with multiple drivers, it […]

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Paying Too Much For Your Auto Insurance? Get a Better Rate For Free and Save on Your Renewal

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AARP recently released it’s auto insurance premium review which provides a good benchmark for checking whether the auto insurance you are paying is consistent with national and state averages. If it is not, then you should be looking to for a better rate with your current provider or find a new one elsewhere (or move […]

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Getting A Safe Driving Discount To Lower Your Auto Insurance Costs

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Everyone is looking to cut costs in the current economic climate and one place that is often over looked is auto insurance premiums. While getting multiple free quotes for insurance is easy, actually understanding the factors that lower your insurance is even more important.  One such factor is the safe driving discount, also called a […]

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2014 and 2013 Standard IRS Mileage Rates For Business, Medical, Moving and Charity – Tax Deduction Rules

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[Updated with 2014 IRS rates]  2014 optional standard mileage rates used to calculate the deductible costs of operating a car (includes vans, pickups or panel trucks) for business, charitable, medical or moving purposes are shown in the table below. Rates have dropped from 2013 levels due to the lower price of gas and cost of living increase. […]

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Which Company is Cheaper for Auto Insurance Compared to Geico, All State and Others

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I’ve had my auto insurance with State Farm for the past 2 years, and every year their car insurance premiums have been going up. It was only a few dollars difference and I just ended up paying the higher rate. But when I recently received a new renewal notice, their premium had gone up by […]

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New Car (up to $49,500) Sales Tax Deduction in 2009 Obama Economic Stimulus Package. Will it be Extended into 2010?

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[Update on possible 2010 Extension] There has been a concerted push by various groups and congress members to get this tax deduction extended into 2010. They cite the success of this and the cash for clunkers programs in stabilizing the US auto-market. However there are concerns that extending this deduction will add to the growing […]

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