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Top 5 PersonalHub Posts of 2017 So Far

top-5-personalhub-2017-700.pngAt the end of each year, we typically publish an article about the most popular blog posts for the whole year. Since we're more than halfway through 2017, our team wanted to gather the most read PersonalHub posts so far this year in case you missed them. Looking for a way save on auto insurance? We've got a blog post for that. Looking for ways to make minor upgrades to your home? We've got you covered. Looking for advice on saving money and investing for your future, or why it's important to have a will? We have a post for that, too! Here's our top five posts for the first half of 2017: 

1. Monthly or Annual Auto Insurance Premium: Which is Best for You?

Everyone is always looking for ways to save money. Taking a look at how you pay your auto insurance premiums and what options are available could mean potential savings.  

2. 6 Non-Sexy Home Upgrades You Should Consider

When most people hear the word renovation, they typically start daydreaming about subway tile, stainless steel appliances, and swimming pools. You've heard the saying, its all in the details, and this blog post will dive into six home upgrades that may not be very sexy but can add tremendous value to your home.

3. Investment and Millennials: Bridging the Financial Gap

If you're a millennial and you're thinking about finding ways to save for the future, this article is for you. We look at how saving through compounding interest can really add up over time. Plus, being a milllennial means you'll have more years to save, allowing time for that bank account balance to grow and grow.  

4. 9 Factors that Increase Your Auto Insurance Rates

Have you always wondered what makes your car insurance go up? We've got your covered. Knowing what makes your insurance rates increase will help you keep these factors in check. Hopefully to help increase the $$$ in your pocket.   

5. Estate Planning 101: 6 Reasons Why You Need a Will

Death is not an easy topic for most people to discuss. However, being prepared can help your family members during a difficult time. Don't leave decisions about your estate, including your minor children, up to the courts. Learn why its important to have a will. 

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