Compare rates on home insurance

As with food and gas prices, home insurance premiums are on the rise. The average price of a home insurance policy in 2022 is $1,680 — nearly 40% higher than it was 12 years ago.

If you want to get the best deal possible on coverage for your home, you’ll need to comparison shop multiple home insurance companies.

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Save hundreds on auto insurance

If you haven’t shopped for a better rate on your car insurance in more than six months, you’re probably overpaying.

Smart Financial makes comparing multiple insurance companies easier than ever. Just answer some quick questions and they’ll determine what discounts you're eligible for.

In the same amount of time it takes to watch a cat video on YouTube, you could save almost $40 a month.

Consolidate your debt

Depending on how much interest you pay on your credit cards, a debt consolidation loan could save you thousands of dollars.

Try Credible, a free online service that shows you the best lending options to pay off your credit card debt fast — and save a ton in interest.

Credible lets you comparison-shop for the lowest interest rates with just a few clicks. You can borrow up to $100,000 (with no collateral) at interest rates as low as 5.73% APR, and repayment schedules ranging from 24 to 84 months.

Checking rates on Credible won't hurt your credit score, it’s totally free, and it will probably save you a bundle.

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