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Senior Saving – You May Not Know You Can Get

 

These apparently are savings that most seniors do not realize that they can get. Actually there are plenty of companies that offer steep discounts and sometimes free stuff. Some supply serves to those who are 50 and older.

There are private companies and federal programs that a lot of senior citizens don’t realize that they exist. got to this website to find out some more about it.

  • Eat for less
  • CUT UP TO $48K OFF YOUR MORTGAGE
  • GET OUT OF DEBT
  • SAVE BIG ON WINDOW REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS
  • Medicare Plan Will Save You
  • Cheaper Homeowners Insurance
  • CRUISE DISCOUNTS
  • TV’s Shrewdest Shark Shows One of The Best Ways To Utilize $50
  • Invest In Physical Gold
  • GET AN $850 HOME SECURITY SYSTEM…FOR FREE
  • STOP GETTING RIPPED OFF ON AUTO REPAIRS
  • AMTRAK – 10% OFF
  • SAVE UP TO 70% ON LIFE INSURANCE
  • SAVE ON DUNKIN DONUTS AND COFFEE
  • SAVE BIG ON AUTO INSURANCE
  • Save on MORTGAGE RATES

To learn more go to SENIOR SAVINGS

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5 More Saving Ways Today

 

1.Cost Estimator: Repairpal.com gives free quotes for car repairs and recommends competent repair shops.

 

2. The cheapest gas day of the week: In 29 States in the US are to be bought on Monday according to GasBuddy.com  You can save up to $30 a year.

 

3. Older driver course: AARP offers a driver course and you may save about $100 per year on your car  insurance. I notice Whitefish High school does as well.

4. Outside airport for Car Rentals: Choose a location near the airport for a rental car. Not at the Airport. Go to Autoslash.com to track your reservation and apply deals and coupons

 

5. Humanesociety.org – For a list of programs offering assistance with pet expenses. Search for “affording your pet” on the site

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Tips For Talking To Your Insurance Company After A Car Accident.

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After a car accident the biggest fear is that your insurance company will not come to the ‘Party’.
Hopefully that is not the case.

Amy Bach executive director consumer advocacy group United policyholders says some auto claims can get complicated by the fine print.

Ways to avoid this:

a. Do not lie.
b. Stick to the facts: It is natural to want to explain the accident beat by beat. How much should you really say.
c. Answer your questions honestly but be careful about volunteering unsolicited details. If you try to save money by being less than honest, the truth may come out.
d. Your insurer should not deny your claim because of misrepresentations, but it may raise your rates. Trying to give precise details can lead to false recounts. Instead of specifics, provide estimates is a good way to go.

Avoid assuming blame: Even if you think you were clearly to blame, there may be mitigating factors. Remember your interpretation is just that : an interpretation. Most accidents are caused by both parties. Taking the blame may feel righteous, it might not be correct. It could lead to an unwarranted rate hike or lower settlement.
 Let the investigation play out.

Get your fair compensation:

Getting a fair settlement can be a delicate situation.
For injury make sure you visit a reputable doctor. Remember any claims not documented by your doctor will not be considered.
You could be examined by a doctor who has a relationship with your insurer. So even if you have been examined by your own doctor the result my face resistance and the Insurer may want to use the opinion of their own doctor.

Property damage is usually easier:

Most states give you the right to have your car repaired at the facility of your choice. If your insurer becomes difficult about paying for the repairs consider contacting your State Department of Insurance
Make sure you make the effort to work with your insurer try not to be too adversarial. But on the other hand fight for the protection you have paid for.

Source: USA Today – Money

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Saving Tip For Today « 8/23/2010


Facing Car Repairs

Visit repairpal.com to find out what the job should cost. The site gives free quotes based on surveys of thousands of shops.

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