Graduation… now what?
Congratulation Class of 2012! With great accomplishments, often new responsibilities are realized. From an insurance perspective, I have provided a few topics to consider that may have an effect on your need for protection.
Auto Insurance – Rewarding yourself with a new car, moving out of the house, or relocating for a new job? Make sure you talk with your insurance agent – you coverages may be affected, or require changes to continue protection.
Renters Insurance – Protecting the stuff you value most, most college grads do not take advantage of the low-cost of obtaining renters insurance. As low as $15/month, This coverage can provide replacement of your personal belongings if loss occurs from fire or theft. Most renters policies provide coverage for personal liability for added protection.
Life Insurance – OK you’ve landed the “Big Job”. Your employer may offer Group Term Life insurance as a benefit of employment. However, this is seldom enough coverage needed to cover those school loans, car loans, mortgage on a new home. Talk with your insurance agent about the benefits of your own personal life insurance policy.