Buying Your First Car

  • Getting Married? Now You Know

    Getting Married? Now You Know

    Walk down the aisle with some peace of mind with these insurance tips from Farnoosh Torabi.

  • Having a Baby? Now You Know

    Having a Baby? Now You Know

    Keep your new bundle of joy protected with some of these helpful tips.

  • Renting Together? Now You Know

    Renting Together? Now You Know

    Farnoosh Torabi gives the scoop on renters insurance.

  • One Thing to Know About Renters Insurance...

    One Thing to Know About Renters Insurance...

    One piece of wisdom from our video series, “Now You Know…” with Farnoosh Torabi. For more, check out the video.

  • One Thing to Know About Home Insurance...

    One Thing to Know About Home Insurance...

    One piece of wisdom from our video series, “Now You Know…” with Farnoosh Torabi. For more, check out the video.

  • Buying a Car? Now You Know

    Buying a Car? Now You Know

    Farnoosh Torabi lays out some helpful tips to keep in mind while buying a new car.

  • Buying a House? Now You Know

    Buying a House? Now You Know

    Looking for a new home? Here are some helpful insurance tips while you’re on the hunt.

  • My First Apartment—with Katherine Accettura

    My First Apartment—with Katherine Accettura

    Katherine Accettura’s first apartment was awash in crisp, clean white. Accettura, now 31, is the blogger behind the popular lifestyle and food website Lily the Wandering Gypsy. At the time, Accettura was in college, studying graphic design and marketing, and her boyfriend was into photography and photojournalism.

  • One Thing to Know About Life Insurance...

    One Thing to Know About Life Insurance...

    One piece of wisdom from our video series, “Now You Know…” with Farnoosh Torabi. For more, check out the video.

  • My First House—with Dorothy Kern

    My First House—with Dorothy Kern

    Growing up in pricey San Francisco, Dorothy Kern wasn’t sure that she’d ever be able to buy a house. Today Kern, 39, is back in California where she and her husband are raising their 12-year-old daughter. Tucked away in her home are dozens of photos of that first house in Arizona, as a reminder that dreams do come true.

  • My First Job—with Byron Talbott

    My First Job—with Byron Talbott

    Byron Talbott was 15 years old when he landed his first job—scooping ice cream at a Baskin Robbins. Now married, with a 3-year-old and another child on the way, Talbott is an accomplished chef.  He and his wife own a production company, and he has taken his food expertise to the internet, creating recipes and videos in his Thousand Oaks, California, home to share with the world. Talbott worked hard and rose through the ranks at his first job.

  • My First Baby—with Emily Frame

    My First Baby—with Emily Frame

    Emily Frame was a multi-tasking maven. Whether working as a technical writer, editing a local fashion magazine or running a market featuring handmade items, she was always on the go.

  • My First Car—with Kelly Dixon

    My First Car—with Kelly Dixon

    When Kelly Dixon graduated from college and landed a job teaching first grade, she headed to the car dealership to buy her first new car. Now 33 and married with two kids and two dogs, Dixon is the blogger behind Smart School House, a fun-filled DIY extravaganza born from her love of Pinterest and family-friendly activities. Dixon, whose easygoing DIY crafts have earned her 1.7 million social media followers, also published a book based on her website, Smart School House Crafts for Kids.

  • Things They Don’t Tell You About... Renting Together

    Things They Don’t Tell You About... Renting Together

    In this episode of “Things They Don’t Tell You About…” couples share the challenges and rewards of moving in together — plus, the one item that means the most to them. Financial expert Nicole Lapin also details the importance of protecting your valuables with renters insurance.

  • 5 Tips for When You’re Getting Married

    5 Tips for When You’re Getting Married

    Officially forging a union with the one you love, in public, can be both exhilarating and terrifying. Get crafty and save money. You can still save money by handling some of the programs, menus and seating cards yourself.

  • Getting Married

    Getting Married

    For more life lessons about getting married, check out “Things They Don’t Tell You About… Getting Married.”

  • Buying Your First Home

    Buying Your First Home

    For more life lessons about home-buying, check out “Things They Don’t Tell You About… Buying a House.”

  • Renting Together

    Renting Together

    For more wisdom about what changes when you decide to rent together, check out “Things They Don’t Tell You About… Renting Together.”

  • Things They Don’t Tell You About... Having a Baby

    Things They Don’t Tell You About... Having a Baby

    In this episode of “Things They Don’t Tell You About…” new parents share advice on having a baby and the rewards and challenges that come along with it. Financial expert Nicole Lapin also shares the importance of life insurance for your child’s future.

  • Things They Don’t Tell You About... Buying a Car

    Things They Don’t Tell You About... Buying a Car

    In this episode of “Things They Don’t Tell You About…” millennial couples share what their cars mean to them and the advice they’ve received when buying a car, including car insurance. Financial expert Nicole Lapin also talks about the problems with minimum insurance coverage and how Amica insurance can help.

  • Having Your First Baby

    Having Your First Baby

    For more wisdom from parents who’ve been there, check out “Things They Don’t Tell You About… Having a Baby.”

  • Things They Don’t Tell You About... Getting Married

    Things They Don’t Tell You About... Getting Married

    In this episode of “Things They Don’t Tell You About…” couples share what they learned about each other after getting married and the advice they never received about marriage. Financial expert Nicole Lapin also discusses wedding insurance policy and how it can help you prepare for any wedding day mishaps. 

  • Buying Your First Car

    Buying Your First Car

    For more wisdom from first-time car buyers, check out “Things They Don’t Tell You About… Buying a Car.”

  • 5 Tips for When You’re Buying Your First Home

    5 Tips for When You’re Buying Your First Home

    Before you set your heart on that cute colonial on the corner, make sure you’ve checked your credit score—and that it’s accurate. If you do find a mistake, open a dispute, since higher credit scores should net you a lower mortgage rate. Pre-approval doesn’t lock you into the loan, but it does let realtors know you’re serious about buying.

  • 5 Tips for Buying Your First Car

    5 Tips for Buying Your First Car

    Americans spend an average of $30,000 on a new car, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association. Finances first: Before you shop for your car, figure out financing, suggests the Federal Trade Commission. Check with banks, credit unions and finance companies for car loan rates, and bring your best offer with you to the showroom.