5 Household Items You Should Insure

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Household Items You Need To Insure

You probably don't think about it until happens. How many assets do you own that are high-value items either in terms of monetary or sentimental value? Your homeowner's insurance doesn't cover everything you own and the items it does cover are only partially insured if they're high-priced items. Here are a few items you should consider insuring beyond your normal policy.
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