Tickets Points and Auto Insurance Rates

How long do points affect insurance premiums?


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Answered 2006-08-14 17:41:15

In most states, violations reported on your Motor Vehicle Report remain active and chargible for 3 years after the conviction date of the violation. After three years has past, you're most likely eligible for a better rate.


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Speeding tickets affect your insurance rates for at least 3 years in most states.

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Generally not. And you can usually take a tax deduction for the premiums you pay.Their are taxqulified plans and ones that or notANSWER:Long term care insurance benefits are not taxable but long term care insurance premiums can be. Depending on the type of policy, there is tax qualified policy. But your premiums can be tax deductible depending on your AGI and your age. For the year 2014, the internal revenue has increased the tax deductibility for long term care insurance premiums from $4,550 to $4,660.

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One can apply for long term care insurance premiums by visiting the Federal Long Term Care Insurance Program website. One can view different plans and also read information regarding the plans and costs.

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It usually doesn't unless you pay the premiums. In most cases you can do something called COBRA which extends the insurance for up to six months, as long as you pay the premiums. It is rather expensive.

There are a lot of different types of insurance. Real insurance is any insurance policy that offers you a certain type of coverage in return for premiums paid by the insured. Private insurance and government are both real insurance as long as benefits are being exchange for premiums whether paid by the government or a private party.

If you file Schedule A (long form) you can deduct your health insurance premiums as a medical expense. If you pay this through your employer, most likely you have it paid from pre-tax income such as through a cafeteria plan, then you are not allowed to deduct the premiums.

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they put points on your license, then your rates go up about 100 dollars every 6 months.

No, because insurance companies have no way of knowing this, unless they are going to your mechanic and getting the information but that would take to long for all of the people they cover.Accidents and tickets can affect your deductible and monthly insurance payments.AnswerThe amount of miles/kilometers driven per year affects the rates of your premiums. (Please see the related link for more info about factors affecting your premiums)

A DUI will adversely affect your insurance regardless, but the degree of effectiveness depends on your history and your insurance company.

No, you cannot deduct premiums paid on disability insurance policies. Two scenarios, first if your employers pays the premiums you would receive the disbursements as taxable income. If you pay your own premiums, then you would receive the disbursements tax free. Either way, you cannot deduct on your individual income tax the premiums paid. Think about it! If your employer paid the premiums, there was no expense to you, hence no deduction!. If you paid the premiums, you do have an expense BUT you are receiving the disbursements tax free and therefore could not take a deduction!

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The ticket points immediately go on the license and remain there for three years. The insurance rates will not change unless the policy changes or is being renewed.

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