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Wedding Insurance

7/8/2019 8:00 AM | 0 Comments

Five Top Tips For Newlyweds Movie goddess Audrey Hepburn once declared: "If I get married, I want to be very married." She did marry -- twice. But what did she mean by “very married”? This is the time of year many would-be brides and grooms go through the same thinking process -- wondering what the key is to being "very married", in other words, happy and committed to a long lasting relationship. June is one of the busiest months for weddings. (Each of Hepburn’s marriages, by the way, lasted 13 years. And there’s no record of whether she thought she succeeded in her aim -- though she opted to live with her next lover for another 13 years without marrying!) Anyway, everyone has different tips about marriage success and they also know that all long-term relationships have their ups and downs. Your job, if you're about to become a newlywed, is to find the ways to keep your relationship on an even keel. Unless you've been together for a number of ... [...]
6/6/2019 8:02 AM | 0 Comments

Why Wedding Insurance is Important for Your Big Day Every year, around a quarter of a million couples get married in California. The average cost of a wedding runs to more than $31,000. That's an awful lot of people and an awful lot of money. First, it's exciting, then planning and organizing the event becomes daunting. But when the great day arrives, it all seems worth it. Or does it?  That depends on the couple, the guests and, of course, all the activities that are part of the great day. What could go wrong? Well, the more complex and expensive the event, the more risk there is that things could go wrong. That's bad enough, but if you're also going to be tens of thousands of dollars worse off, it's a potential disaster. And that's why couples and their families increasingly opt to take out wedding insurance. It doesn’t cost a lot but it can buy you incredible peace of mind. So What Is Wedding Insurance? Wedding insurance can cover most of the fin ... [...]