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1.) Don't forget to change the beneficiaries on your life insurance policies to reflect your new spouse. If something were to happen to you, wouldn't you want them to get the money?
2.) Look at your auto insurance policies - shop both companies and see who will offer the cheaper rate for you, if your spouse were to be added to your respective policy. Consider the advantages of consolidating your renters/homeowners policy there also, to gain bigger discounts.
3.) Your marraige qualifies as a life event that allows you to switch your health insurance coverage. Whose policy is cheaper to add the other to? Check into that also.
You can save a bundle, with just a few phone calls. I hope you find that true for you. Congratulations, and may God bless and keep your marriage! Thanks for asking!
Consulting a reputable agent by phone or in an office can help you determine how to save money and still get the most suitable coverage for you and your new spouse.