Consent to Rate- Three Tips for NC Homeowners

Your insurer is demanding consent for a higher premium – what are your options?

An increasing number of North Carolinians are receiving “consent to rate” letters from their homeowners insurance companies. These letters inform consumers that unless they consent to pay premiums higher than the state maximum set by the Insurance Commissioner, the insurance company may drop the consumers from their coverage plan.

If you receive one of these letters, don’t panic, but don’t ignore the letter. Instead, take a few simple steps to ensure you receive fair and affordable coverage for yourself and your family.

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Best Tax Tips for 2014 Filing

As January comes to a close, homeowners turn their attention to gathering tax documents. The Internal Revenue Service offers a variety of helpful tips regardless of your income level. Before you begin, take a few minutes to review these tax preparation tips to see how you can ensure the most favorable tax return for your family.

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Insurance Companies Seek Increase in Premiums

The NC Homeowners Alliance supports keeping insurance rates fair and affordable. Insurance companies want to increase premiums by as much as 35 percent. We will keep you informed on this discussion. A decision is expected by the end of the year.

 

 

 

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