The cold temperature isn’t the only reason to bundle up this season! Many of my clients have found that packaging their personal insurance policies with one carrier has resulted in significant benefits. Years ago, when you first purchased your insurance, your broker may have placed you with different carriers for the best savings. Yet since most companies now offer multi-policy discounts, it’s worth your time to inquire about consolidating your insurance.

Here are(3)reasons you should call your broker:

 

1. SAVINGS

You’ve heard it before on numerous commercials from carriers, like Progressive and State Farm. However, they’re not the only carriers that offer discounts for bundling your insurance policies. Most companies offer a substantial discount for purchasing home, auto, and umbrella with them. Many families save up to20%per year by keeping their policies together!

 

2. CONVENIENCE

Most people dislike working with multiple carriers when it comes to insurance. Dealing with one company when it comes to paying bills and submitting claims is extremely convenient, and it saves time.  You know what they say, time is money!

3. PEACE OF MIND

Having your policies together will help to ensure that you’re not paying for double coverage, and make it easier to identify gaps in coverage. By trusting one company with protecting your family and belongings, you are building a relationship that could be beneficial when things go wrong.

 

Convinced yet? If you are tired of calling up different companies to get information or make payments, put in one call to your broker and ask about bundling. It could save you time, money, and a headache!

 


Opinions expressed in this article are solely the author’s opinion, not intended to provide the reader with legal or any other professional advice. Should you need advice or opinion, consult with a qualified professional to address your specific needs.


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