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4 Common Risks to Avoid on campus

College can introduce students to more independence and responsibility than they may be accustomed to. Since parents are no longer there to guide them, students are left to face risks on their own.

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Protecting Young Adults from Theft in College

As much as people like to think that it will never happen to them, the unfortunate fact of the matter is that theft is a real threat that can affect anyone.

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5 Things Students Should Know About Fraud

The 2012 Javelin Fraud Survey found that there are roughly 11.1 million victims of fraud per year, which equates to one victim every 2.7 seconds.

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How Insurance Can Protect Young Adults from Travel Risks

Traveling comes with a variety of risks, especially if the vacationer is not as experienced with traveling.

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Fire Safety Information for Young Adults and College Students

According to the National Fire Protection Association, there are approximately 3,800 university housing fires each year, which factors out to a rate of about one fire per university campus in the United States.

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Spring Break Tips for College Students: How to Protect Your Trip

College spring break is a week for fun, sun and feeling carefree. However, life does come with risks, as does traveling.

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Is a Homeowners Insurance Policy Enough Coverage for College?

College students and their families were projected to spend an average $836.83 on back-to-college shopping in 2013. When statistics show that many college students have been victims of theft and property damage, that’s a lot of money at stake:

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Health Insurance For New Graduates: What to Know About Health Insurance After College

With new healthcare law taking effect, it is no wonder many college students, new graduates and their families are confused about their health insurance coverage options.

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