Dan Mattia

Dan is a contributor to ValuePenguin.

5 Things To Know About Supplemental Insurance, Or Aflac Explained

Aflac! The word alone probably has you thinking of the memorable and lovable duck from Aflac’s TV commercials. You may have even mimicked...

Why To Consider Making Your Small Business an LLC

Your thriving small business may still be small, in term of revenue and staffing, but it’s developed to the point where it needs a little...

Why Do Good Drivers Have Their Auto Insurance Rates Increased?

No matter how good a driver you are, you’ve probably seen your car insurance premiums rise in recent years when the time came to renew your...

3 Things You Can Do To Keep Your Home Insurance Costs Down

The premiums you pay to insure your home can change (usually upwards) for a host of reasons, most of which are out of your control. It’s...

What To Consider Before You Bundle Your Home and Auto Insurance

Buying your homeowners and auto insurance policies from the same company is known in the trade as “bundling.” While bundling is usually a...

How To Get Temporary Car Insurance

Most of us buy car insurance year after year to cover the vehicles we drive regularly. But what if you need insurance for just a short...

3 Caveats About Your Homeowners Insurance

If you are the victim of theft, whether it occurs inside or outside of your home, your homeowners insurance coverage can help you to...

Is Your Office At Home? Here’s How To Deduct Renters’ Insurance From Your Taxes

If your home is also the main office for your job, you save handsomely on office rent and the commute from home is a breeze. You may also...

Why You Probably Shouldn’t Buy This Type of Funeral Insurance

You may have seen ads on TV and elsewhere for guaranteed life insurance, which is sold specifically designed to provide coverage for...

Why Life Insurance from Your Work Likely Isn’t Enough

A policy protecting your family in the event of your death should be an integral part of your family insurance planning. Fortunately, most...

What to Do if You Missed the Obamacare Deadline

Open enrollment for health insurance plans offered under the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, ended on January 31. With recent...