• Home Insurance

    States with the lowest home insurance rates

    10. Maine Average annual homeowners insurance premium: $882 Median home value: $255,358 (Credit: Sean Pavone/Shutterstock ) 9. Ohio Average annual homeowners insurance premium: $862 Median home value: $157,496 (Credit: rouda100/Adobe Stock) 8. Washington Average annual homeowners insurance premium: $854 Median home value: $434,168 (Credit: Michael J Magee/Shutterstock) 7. Delaware Average annual homeowners insurance premium: $833 Median home value: $267,772 (Credit: Mihai_Andritoiu/Shutterstock.com) 6. Arizona Average annual homeowners insurance premium: $825 Median home value: $285,574 (Credit: Johnny Adolphson/Shutterstock.com) 5. Wisconsin Average annual homeowners insurance premium: $779 Median home value: $206,470 (Credit: dustin77a/Shutterstock) 4. Nevada Average annual homeowners insurance premium: $755 Median home  

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  • Business News

    These 25 states are ending $300 unemployment benefits this summer

    Former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder discusses how President Biden’s policies are impacting the economy and employment numbers amid the coronavirus pandemic. A growing number of GOP-led states are planning to end supplemental unemployment benefits designed to help out-of-work Americans weather the coronavirus pandemic, a move they say will help businesses struggling to hire employees.  At least 25 states decided in May and June to prematurely cut off the sweetened aid, which provided an extra $300 a week on top of regular state unemployment benefits. The supplemental benefit is not slated to expire until Sept. 6, 2021. Alabama, Alaska, Arizona,  

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  • Insurance

    31 states lack insurance cover for workers

    Thirty-one states in the federation have no insurance cover in place for workers as of March, despite the provision of the requirement in the Pension Reform Act 2014. Figures obtained by Sunday PUNCH from PenCom on ‘Status of implementation of the CPS in states as at March 2021’ on Saturday showed that only five states, including the Federal Capital Territory, have insurance in place for their workers. Other compliant states are Lagos, Osun, Ondo and Edo, which also have pension schemes for their workers, according to PenCom. A former President, Trade Union Congress, Peter Esele, said it was not appropriate  

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  • Insurance

    31 states do not have insurance coverage for workers – PenCom

    Despite the requirement in the Pension Reform Act of 2014, thirty-one states of the federation have no insurance coverage in place for workers as of March 2021. The figures acquired from PenCom’s ‘Status of implementation of the CPS in states as at March 2021’ indicated that just five states including the Federal Capital Territory had an insurance cover for its employees. The states in accordance with PenCom’s provisions with pension plans for their workers are Lagos, Osun, Ondo, and Edo. Lagos State Lagos passed a CPS law in 2007, revised several aspects of the main law in 2019, and established  

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  • Finance

    25 states have introduced personal finance education bills this year

    Lee Jimenez, a teacher at Indian Hill Elementary School in Cincinnati, Ohio, discusses credit cards and methods of payments with his 3rd grade class using online financial education curriculum SmartPath. SMARTPATH There’s been an extra push to get personal finance education into high schools across the country this year, following the coronavirus pandemic. So far in 2021, 25 states in the U.S. have introduced legislation that would add personal finance education to their high school curriculum, according to Next Gen Personal Finance’s bill tracker. Bills in Arkansas, Hawaii and Nebraska have been passed this year and signed into law. Bills  

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  • Vehicle Insurance

    Louisiana Drivers Pay Highest Auto Insurance Premiums In U.S., Double National Average, While Rates In Most States Are Falling, Report Says

    Topline Louisiana, Michigan and Florida, states which are relatively densely populated and plagued with high proportions of uninsured drivers, currently have the highest auto insurance costs in the country, according to a report released Tuesday by Insure.com, a research unit of marketing firm QuinStreet Inc. Motorists drive their vehicles along Interstate 20 in Shreveport, Louisiana, U.S., on Wednesday, … [+] Nov. 21, 2007. The American Automobile Association expects a record 38.7 million Americans will travel 50 miles (80 kilometers) or more this week, with about 80 percent of those trips by car. That would top the previous mark of  

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  • Finance

    States requiring personal finance classes need to train teachers too

    FG Trade | iStock | Getty Images (State of financial education: Many money problems Americans face could have been avoided if financial literacy was taught earlier in school. That knowledge helps create a foundation for students to build strong money habits early and avoid many mistakes that lead to a lifelong of money struggles. This story is part of a series looking at the current financial education landscape in this country.) As more states move toward requiring personal finance coursework in their schools, they may want to consider who’s going to teach it — and how. While the curriculum generally  

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  • Vehicle Insurance

    High Definition Vehicle Insurance (HDVI) Group Announces New Relationships with Munich Re Specialty Insurance and Spinnaker Insurance Company; Launches in Four New States

    CHICAGO (PRWEB) March 25, 2021 High Definition Vehicle Insurance (HDVI) Group, the next-generation commercial auto insurance business, today announced new relationships with Munich Re Specialty Insurance and Spinnaker Insurance Company as well as expansion into four new states, signaling the company’s early momentum in providing innovative solutions for the trucking insurance market. Currently available in Tennessee and Alabama, HDVI is also launching in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Minnesota, with additional states coming soon. Last year, HDVI announced that it had raised $16 million in Series A funding led by 8VC and Munich Re Ventures, the venture  

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