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  1. Insuring Your Budget Vehicle

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    When you are on a budget, it can be a challenge trying to decide what you’re going to allocate funds to and where you are going to save money. When it comes to saving on your insurance costs, one question you could ask yourself is: can I afford to replace it if it’s not insured?

  2. Driving in Alaska

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    Alaska is a popular destination for travelers who are looking for something a bit more adventurous than the typical driving holiday. Although the optimal time for travel to Alaska is between May and September, the extreme cold temperatures of winter can make driving conditions safer than at other times, due to the hardness of the snow.

  3. Christmas Tree Fires

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    Every year, the newspaper runs stories about Christmas trees that catch on fire and destroy AK homes. Here’s what you can do to avoid making the news! Make sure that you do not let your Christmas tree dry out (if it’s real)! The mixture of Alaska’s already-dry air and increased heat in the home can […]

  4. Tips for Getting Discounted Auto Insurance in Alaska

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    Economic times are tough at the moment and with Christmas looming, finding ways to cut down on costs is particularly helpful. There may be ways you can reduce your insurance costs if you own a car in AK. Auto insurance premiums can be discounted if you fit certain criteria, so it is worth doing some investigating to see if you qualify.

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  5. Alaska Insurance for Fisherman and Boat Owners

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    Thanks to a certain reality TV show, fishermen in Alaska now have a global profile. The Deadliest Catch might make entertaining television but no one would argue that Alaskan fisherman have a hazardous occupation, which is why safety is such an important issue for every fishing boat owner and fisherman in Alaska. Insurance is critical and it’s also important to be aware of the role of the Alaska Fisherman’s Fund.

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  6. Are You Prepared For A Power Outage?

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        With recent power outages happening throughout Alaska, a lot of people are wondering what they can do to prevent damage to their homes during an emergency in the cold Alaska weather. Claims can have a devastating effect on AK homeowner’s insurance policies, so it’s important to know how to protect your home!      First, if you […]

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  7. Alaska Insurance Legal Essentials for Your Car and Business

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    An insurance policy is only effective if it meets the needs of an individual or business. In addition to considering how much insurance and what type of policy you will need, it’s important to be aware of your legal obligations. In Alaska, insurance for your car and business are essential and there are certain minimum requirements you will need to have in place.

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  8. AK Homeowner’s Insurance – Should You Get Earthquake Coverage?

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    It’s important to know that earthquake coverage is not automatically included in Alaska insurance for homeowner’s.  One big mistake Alaskan’s make is assuming earthquake insurance included in their homeowner’s policy.  Always review your coverages carefully with your insurance agent to make sure you’re aware of what’s covered and what’s not.  The deductible (the amount you […]

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  9. Change Your Circumstances: Notify Your Alaska Insurance Provider

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    In Alaska, insurance companies work hard at developing policies that will meet the demands of individuals. Any policy is effective only in so much as it is in line with your current situation. Fail to update your details and/or policies and your insurance may no longer provide adequate coverage or may even be ineffective.

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  10. Living in Alaska? Insurance and Your Privacy

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    In the course of taking out an Alaska insurance policy, your provider will require a degree of personal information from you. This is both to ensure the policy you are purchasing is the most suitable for your needs and to confirm that you are who you say you are (insurance fraud can incur severe penalties). As with any business, insurance companies need to be thorough in order to provide you with the most accurate advice and products. 

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