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Hello, Our home insurance premiums keep escalating (with no end in sight). We have never filed a claim however the rates increase every year. In one of your books from the early 90's there was a formula used to maximize coverage and at the same time minimize costs. Any input will be appreciated! All The Best Roy - Arlington TX

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