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An insurance bond is a single premium life insurance policy that policy holders use as a savings investment, according to Investopedia. Common in the United Kingdom and other foreign countries, an insurance bond also allows investors to avoid paying taxes on their earni...

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Consumers obtain insurance policies by purchasing an appropriate plan from an insurance agent, as Market Watch reports. Insurance policies offer different terms, amounts of coverage and costs depending on the policy, type of insurance and the company. Before shopping fo...

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Chemicals form bonds to increase their stability. They do this by attempting to fill their outer energy levels with electrons. When sodium and chlorine bond together, for example, the sodium transfers one of its electrons to chlorine, filling the outer energy levels of ...

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Self-employed workers get bonded through a managing general underwriter, bond agency, or property and casualty insurance agent, and they purchase insurance through an insurance agency, according to JW Surety Bonds. Obtaining a surety bond requires completing an applicat...

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Hot shot companies acting as common carriers are subject to the insurance requirements of the Motor Carrier Act of 1980 and must obtain bodily injury and property damage liability insurance for damages to others caused by their activities. Coverage must apply whether th...

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A bond is lowered if a judge agrees to lower a defendant's bail, according to NOLO. Reasons that judges reduce bail include the defendant's inability to afford bail or if the bail amount is excessive. A bond is 10 percent of the bail amount, which the defendant must pay...

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To get car insurance, first see if you can be added to an existing plan. If this is not an option, shop around for the best quotes, pay your premium, and shop around again after maintaining the policy you choose for at least six months.