Insurance is a fact of life. If you own a car, you need insurance. The law now makes it mandatory for most people to have health insurance. You need insurance if you own a home, and even if you rent, you should still have insurance to protect your stuff. All those insurance costs can really add up, so you should do everything you can to keep them as low as possible. Here are a few tips you can follow to keep your insurance costs down.
5. Shop around
This may seem like a no-brainer, but not everyone does it. And even people who say they shopped around for their insurance may not be doing it the right way. On life, home and auto policies, you should get at least three quotes, and those quotes should be from different sources. For instance, get at least one quote from a bricks-and-mortar insurance agent and one from an online comparison site.
4. Bundle your policies
If you get your auto insurance from one company, your home insurance from another and your life insurance from yet another company, you are probably paying too much. Insurance companies usually offer multi-policy discounts that can save you 10 percent or more on the premiums of each policy.