Kacie Goff

Kacie Goff is an insurance writer for Coverage.com. She loves taking complex concepts and distilling them down to make it easier for people to understand their coverage options. Over the last five years, she’s written about personal and commercial coverage for Bankrate, Freshome, The Simple Dollar, local insurance providers and more.

Latest Posts

What Does Homeowners Insurance Cover?

Your home is probably one of the largest purchases you’ll make in your life. With so much money invested, you want to make sure you protect your…

What is comprehensive car insurance?

You know you need to have some car insurance to protect your liability out on the road. You might even know that you should add collision coverag…

What is personal property insurance?

No matter where you live or whether you rent or own, you want a way to protect your belongings. All of the personal property you own — your elect…

Questions to ask yourself before dropping full coverage

Does your auto insurance premium or the age of your car have you questioning if it may be time to drop your full coverage insurance? Whether you…

STUDY: The major impact of vehicle type on your auto insurance rates

If you’re looking for the most affordable auto insurance, the good news is that you’re in control of one of the biggest factors that determines t…

How credit affects auto insurance: Rates could increase up to 72%

Before offering you a policy, insurance providers may analyze your risk profile by looking at things like your driving history, as well as person…

Tips to know before buying auto insurance

We’ve all seen the commercials promising insurance premiums as low as $39 a month — that’s nothing new. The companies aren’t lying to you — they’…

Have low mileage? You may qualify to pay 27% less for auto insurance

Your odds of getting in a car accident might be higher than you care to consider. Ultimately, the more time you spend on the road, the greater yo…

Good grades can save college students over $800 a year

College is expensive. Students pay an average of $30,500 a year — and that’s just for tuition. Add books, housing and meals, and it gets cos…