How to Insure your Possessions

How to Insure your Possessions

A Step by Step Guide to Buying the Coverage You Need at the Prices You Can Afford, Including Protection for Works of Art, Computer Hardware, Sports Equipment, Jewelry and Other Valuables

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While the things people own are insured -- up to certain limits -- by homeo-owners coverage, people who don't own a home or who have particularly valuable possessions need additional insurance.

How to Insure Your Possessions shows why more than five million people buy special insurance for household possessions, valuables and collectibles every year. It helps consumers calculate needs so they can make smart buying decisions. This book will appeal especially to collectors, hobbyists and other enthusiasts who own personal property that isn't sufficiently insured by standard policies.

Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Silver Lake Pub.,1999
Los Angeles, Calif. : Silver Lake Pub.,1999
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780585044217
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (226 pages)
Additional Contributors: Silver Lake Publishing


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