Why Cheap Insurance Isn’t Cheap

Picking the cheaper option always sounds enticing, especially when it comes to thinking about ways on how to save money. Our paychecks dwindle away from rent, bills, car payments, and errands but is cheaper the best way to go with something like insurance? At INW Insurance Solutions, there is a big difference when it comes to the protection you’ll get with a cheap insurance option and an affordable one.

No one ever wants to pay more than they have to. During this difficult time where many are facing reduced hours or major life changes, you may be considering switching your insurance to a cheaper plan. However, getting cheaper insurance could end up costing you more. Cheap policies mean less protection and if something happens, a bigger out of pocket expense you’ll have to take care of. Cheap insurance sounds like a good deal until you realize you are putting your valuables and hard-earned money at risk.

A great insurance policy that meets your needs doesn’t have to be expensive. With 14 carriers including Travelers, Safeco, Nationwide and more to compare and research, your agents at INW Insurance Solutions look into policy and pricing options for you to find affordable and cost-effective coverage. Additionally, many insurance carriers are offering flexible programs and assistance to clients. When we find the right insurance and plan, you’ll be protected without feeling a toll on your bank account.

INW Insurance Solutions is always looking for ways to save you money without sacrificing quality. We’re also sharing our favorite money saving tips:
• Establish a budget: Track and determine how much you make and how much you spend. By doing so, you’ll be able to see what expenses can be reduced and where you can direct savings towards. Establishing a budget for items such as groceries or gifts can help prevent overspending.
• Set a goal: Paying off debt, saving up for a vacation, or just wanting to be prepared for emergency expenses are examples of goals you can work towards. Setting a goal will help you feel motivated to set money aside and invest into your savings.
• Have a “No Spending Day” once or twice a week: As simple as it sounds! For the day, don’t spend money on unnecessary purchases. If you have an impulse purchase…wait out the day and see if you still want it the following day. Soon, you’ll notice those days add up to big savings!

If you have any questions or want to review your coverage to adjust to your needs, visit our office or give us a call today.