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Be Your Own Boss And Manage Your Own Work With Wfh Market.}

Be your own boss and manage your own work with WFH Market.

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aileen macneice

With the price of living going up and more companies going out of business, many people have deemed it necessary to take on part time jobs along with their full time jobs in order to help make ends meet, this may be because of the company a loved one worked for going over or simply because now more than ever people are seeing the importance of being able to set a little something aside in a savings account just in case something happens to them, even when prices and the economy are not much of a concern, many people are still pulling down full time and part time jobs for a variety of reasons.

WFH Market is the premier place for independent professionals looking for freelance jobs, whether you have experience in art jobs or data entry, this portal is the hub where you can meet entrepreneurs and sell your freelancing skills for the jobs that come with less stress and pressure to act to white collar work.

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Such type jobs may not have the benefits that full time jobs have but for many they offer the perfect solution to getting out of a financial pinch, if a sudden expense comes up, such as an expensive car repair or medical bills or an extra source of income may be needed but only until that particular expense is repaid and once the debt is settled, the extra income may not be needed and the part time job can be dropped. Some people find that they enjoy having the extra money on hand and keep their part time jobs for a bit longer in order to set something aside.

WFH Market jobs also provide a good solution for those that were a stay at home parent at one point in time, with a part time job the parent can work during the hours that their child or children are at school and be off work when they need to pick the child up, this allows the parent to bring more money into the household and still does not interrupt their daily life or time with their children.

Many companies have begun to cut back on the number of full time jobs they offer and have lowered the hours of their workers until theyre eventually working the hours you had expect from part time jobs, they do this in an attempt to keep their company afloat but this in turn leads to the family needing to find another source of work in order to pay for their household necessities, this in turn causes them to look for more part time work.

Aileen MacNeice

WFH Market

– You can not only hold a part time job in the crisis situation that brings in more money but it also keeps the family from having to spend more with their loved ones.

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Posted on August 9th, 2017 by JX2fd4  |  No Comments »

Why A Recession Should Trigger You To Increase Your Car Insurance Coverage?}

Why a Recession Should Trigger You to Increase Your Car Insurance Coverage?

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Corey Walker

Many Iowans think that it will never happen to them, but car accidents are the #1 cause of accidental disability and death with more than 6 million accidents each year causing 3 million injuries and more than 42,500 deaths. That means that you have a better than 98% chance of getting into a car accident during your lifetime. Every year hundreds of Iowans are permanently disabled and killed in car accidents caused by drivers with little or no insurance. What many Iowans don’t know is that Iowa law only requires $20,000 in insurance coverage for bodily injuries. With the cost of medical care increasing each year, that barely covers a trip to the hospital and follow-up medical care. Statistically, about 12% of Iowans don’t carry any car insurance and we estimate that another 70% of Iowans don’t have enough. While the economy slows down, even less Iowans are buying insurance for their car.

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What happens if you are involved in a car accident with an uninsured driver and cannot return to work? What can be done to protect you and your family from irresponsible and uninsured drivers? The insurance companies probably have not told you, but I will and I do not sell insurance. I have found that what most Iowans don’t know is that uninsured and underinsured motorist insurance coverage is the only automobile insurance that protects them and their family. What does $20,000/$40,000 mean, anyway?

Whenever auto insurance coverage is expressed as $20,000/$40,000 or $300,000/$500,000, the policy is telling you what coverage is available “per person” injured in the accident and what total coverage is available to all persons injured in a single accident. So, if you have $20,000/$40,000 coverage, each injured person would be covered up to $20,000, but the total coverage available for the accident is only $40,000. If four people are hurt in the accident, the most any one person would be paid is $20,000 but all five people would have to share the total of $40,000. In this situation, if any one person’s damages exceeded $20,000, or if the entire claim of all people in the accident exceeds $40,000, you could be personally liable for what the policy did not pay.

How much coverage do you have to protect you and your family? My experience is that most Iowans do not know. If you have enough Uninsured(UM)/Underinsured(UIM) Motorist coverage and a driver who has either no insurance or not enough insurance hurts you or your family, then your insurance company will pay for your damages up to the limits of insurance coverage you purchased. Uninsured(UM) Motorist coverage is also very important because if you are the victim of a “hit and run” and the other driver is not caught, your UM coverage will provide you with protection. Okay, how much does it cost? A recent survey of the leading insurance companies shows that for most Iowa drivers the difference between $20,000 and $500,000 in coverage is less than a dollar per day. The cost for increased coverage ranged from a low of $.15 per day to a high of $.72 per day.

The content of this article contains general statements, is not intended as legal advice or legal opinions and does not create an attorney-client relationship. Do not act or rely upon the information in this article without seeking the advice of an attorney because changes in the law occur frequently and you should consult with an attorney with respect to your particular case.

I offer a FREE Book entitled “How to Buy Car Insurance to Protect You and Your Family”? Why offer a Free Book? Because I believe that all Iowans should have the right information to make informed decisions when they are buying car insurance. Also, I have had too many clients who did not have enough insurance before their accident which resulted in them losing thousands of dollars. Log onto

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Posted on June 26th, 2017 by JX2fd4  |  No Comments »