A few months ago I became involved with a company known as Primerica. You may have heard of them. If not, then in a nutshell, Primerica is a financial services company focused on helping middle income families get protected (insurance), get out of debt, and then get started on building wealth - cover your bases, then swing for the fences.
We mainly do life policies, but through a referral based service we also help people get cheaper auto and home (property and casualty) insurance.
This is my win-win proposal: this service is absolutely free, no obligation, and it can assist you in reducing what you pay each month for these types of insurances. I used it for my own auto and home policies and saw a reduction (and I was placed with Safeco, so we're not talking no-name, fly-by-night insurers, here).
One friend of mine whom I've known since my second go around at Washington State U. used it and reduced his annual premiums for his auto and home policies by a combined $775.
The company behind the service is called Answer Financial. The reason they can find deals like this is that, with your info, they will survey a couple dozen insurers in one shot. Answer Financial is not an insurer, so if they truly cannot find you a better deal they'll tell you so.
You can try this service by one of two ways:
1. Call their toll free number: 1-877-855-8111, or
2. Go to their website: Primerica Secure / Answer Financial
All you will need to make it all happen are two pieces of info:
1. My representative ID: UHGU3
2. My last name: Zimmerman
If you find something that's a better deal than what you have now, you save money each month, and I get a referral fee (in some states I do not, but don't worry about that). That's what makes this win-win.
Since this is a business that I am trying to grow, if I'm able to help you save money on your insurance, then please consider passing this info on to family, friends, or anyone you know who could benefit from it.
Also, please leave a comment here if you land a good deal, and let everyone know how much you're saving. I'm always curious how well this works out for the folks who are using it and I enjoy seeing people putting money back into their own pockets.
Good luck, and thanks!
[Apologies to readers outside of the United States - this is open to people residing in the U.S. only]