When do I need an additional interest on my insurance policy?

The primary purpose of an additional interest on an insurance policy is to keep the insurance carrier organized as to what rights and responsibilities certain individuals and entities have on the insurance policy.

Items that might require an additional interest included land, buildings, cars, boats, etc. Organizations that would require an additional interest include your mortgage company or your auto loan company.

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When do I need an additional interest on my insurance policy? by
Ryan Hanley

Ryan Hanley

Director of Marketing at The Murray Group
Ryan is the Director of Marketing for The Murray Group Insurance Services, Inc. Ryan is also the Founder of Content Warfare Podcast, one of the fastest growing podcasts on iTunes dedicated to digital marketing.
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