Felicia A. Williams

Felicia A. Williams is a wife, mother, freelance writer and owner of Tidbits and Stuff.

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How to Locate Delaware Insurance Continuing Education Classes

How to Locate Delaware Insurance Continuing Education Classes

| January 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

In order to maintain a Delaware Insurance broker’s license, each insurance producer must take continuing education classes through a state approved provider. The state of Delaware does not have a pre-licensing education requirement for obtaining the insurance license. Therefore, for some insurance professionals, the continuing education environment may be the first time for taking formal […]

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Life After Bankruptcy

Life After Bankruptcy

| January 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

Recovering from bankruptcy is not easy. However, with patience, planning and careful spending, anyone can recover and prove that there is life after bankruptcy. Contrary to what most people believe, filing bankruptcy is not the end of the world. Yes, it can be a bit of a financial setback, but there is life after bankruptcy. […]

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Getting out of Debt: Tracking Your Expenditures

Getting out of Debt: Tracking Your Expenditures

| January 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

The one tool that has the largest impact in transforming your financial situation from one of debt to one of financial stability is creating a budget. If you’re not quite sold on the importance of having a budget, you should read the article Getting out of Debt: Why Budgets are Important. If you already understand […]

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Getting Out of Debt: Why Budgets Are Important

Getting Out of Debt: Why Budgets Are Important

| January 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

With so many people deep in credit card or loan debt and struggling to get out, a budget goes beyond being a helpful tool; it is a mandatory tool. If you read any of the “Get out of Debt” books or “How to Handle Household Finances” articles, one of the first things the debt counselors […]

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Automotive Repair: Isolated Defect or Manufacturer Recall

Automotive Repair: Isolated Defect or Manufacturer Recall

| January 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you are an automobile owner, it’s up to you to determine how manufacturers should handle certain automotive defects and vehicle part malfunctions. The news media does a great job of publicizing the list of latest defects plaguing some of the car manufacturers. This is a step in the right direction, but it’s a broad […]

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Insurance Customer Service Representative

Insurance Customer Service Representative

| January 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Insurance is more than making a sale and binding coverage. Once a sale is confirmed, it becomes all about keeping the client happy. Unhappy clients don’t stick around. In today’s insurance climate when brokers and agents are working diligently to find new business, client retention is extremely important. The amount of time, effort and money […]

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Repairing Your Credit Rating for the New Year

Repairing Your Credit Rating for the New Year

| January 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

Whether it’s a New Year, new decade or just a new day, it’s never too late for consumers to work on improving their credit reports which will raise their scores. Since credit is such an important part of everyday life, why not strive to make life as easy as possible. No matter where a person’s […]

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Texas Homeowners Insurance

Texas Homeowners Insurance

| December 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Texas residents have special weather conditions to keep in mind when soliciting quotes for homeowners insurance. Before we discuss the tips on how to save money and get the best rate, lets first address a couple of the special coverages Texas homeowners may need: Flood Insurance: The state of Texas is near the top of […]

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How to Find NY Insurance Continuing Education Classes

How to Find NY Insurance Continuing Education Classes

| December 29, 2012 | 0 Comments

Obtaining a New York insurance producers license is a major accomplishment. In order to maintain it, you must take continuing education courses. The state of New York requires all of its licensed insurance producers to take at least 15 continuing education credits within the two-year period of licensure. If you don’t take the required continuing […]

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How to Become a Licensed Insurance Agent or Broker in New York

How to Become a Licensed Insurance Agent or Broker in New York

| December 29, 2012 | 2 Comments

To become a licensed insurance broker or agent in the state of New York, applicants must be at least 18 years old, reside in the state and be a US citizen. Before making a decision to become licensed in New York, candidates should become familiar with the types of licenses New York has to offer. […]

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