Financial Security

Failing to plan is planning to fail. You don’t want this to happen when it comes to money that you work so hard to earn. Having a financial plan in place and a nest egg to fall back on is critical when it comes to your personal wealth and well-being.

This is why our experts have written about everything from personal finance software to mortgage lenders to retirement planning. Don’t leave cash on the table, and protect your future with these must-do’s.

2-10 Home Buyers Warranty Reviews: Customer Service, Complaints, & More

Repair man working: 2-10 Home Warranty Reviews

Do you own an older home with systems and appliances that may begin to show their age soon? Or do you want to make sure your new home is covered for major structural defects? It could be in your best interest to consider purchasing a home warranty. There are tons of home warranty companies out there, and each offers varying coverage and levels of service. 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty, one of the better known on the market, has been around for 30 years and gets an A rating from the Better Business Bureau. Here in our 2-10 Home Warranty review, we’ll break down what this company has to offer, its pros and cons and give you consumer feedback to help you see if 2-10 Warranty is right for you.

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Types Of Event Insurance: Cancellation Vs Liability, For Weddings, Retirement Parties & More

Bride shoes on stairs (caption: Event Insurance)

While hosting a large event, like a wedding or corporate party, is a fun celebration for you and your guests, it’s also a stressful and expensive undertaking — and things can go wrong. What if you have to cancel your event due to unforeseen circumstances? What if one of your guests gets seriously injured and holds you liable? Having event insurance can protect you. The relative cost of this type of specialty insurance is minimal compared to the financial blow you could face if something unexpected occurs.

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Choice Home Warranty Reviews: Plans, Customer Service, Claims, Coverage, & More

Money folded in shape of house: Choice Home Warranty Reviews

Choice Home Warranty has one of the worst reputations we have seen. There is a government write-up on the company’s Better Business Bureau page stating that the company allegedly sold a home warranty to consumers and then denied consumer claims. This is a big red flag in our opinion, so if you are seriously considering Choice Home Warranty we recommend you proceed with caution. Below is the review we initially wrote prior to learning about the government write-up.

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First American Home Warranty Reviews: Customer Service, Coverage, Plans, & More

Hands in the shape of a house: First American Home Warranty

First American Home Warranty (FAHW) offers budget-friendly plans that kick in 30 days after you sign the contract. They’ve been in business since 1984 and boast more than 500,000 customers. We were less than impressed with their bare bones website, which offers limited information pertaining to their benefits and other important details. But they do have some good online articles about home warranties in general. How did they fare in our review?

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Old Republic Home Warranty Reviews: Customer Service, Plans, Prices, Coverage, & More

Woman in the window sill with morning light: Old Republic Home Warranty Reviews

Is a home warranty worth the added annual cost? If your home and most of its appliances aren’t brand spanking new, a home warranty can save you a ton of money on high-cost repairs and even replacements in some cases. But which home warranty company is right for you? We’ll give you the lowdown on Old Republic Home Protection (ORHP; and no, I don’t believe Jedi’s need home warranties 😉 to see how they stack up against their competition.

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Cinch Home Warranty Reviews: Customer Service, Claims, Prices, & More

Repair man working (caption: Cinch Home Services Review)

Is a home warranty just a waste of money? Some feel this way. But for others, it is a real budget-saver. Home warranties are meant to help you when an appliance or system (such as HVAC) breaks and you need it fixed. They are also useful when it’s beyond repair and you require a new one. But be careful! It’s extremely important that you read every part of your contract* so you know what is and isn’t covered. So let’s dig in and see how Cinch (formerly Total Protect) stacks up versus the other home warranty companies you may be considering.

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