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Lizzie Nealon

Insurance Contributor
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  • Bachelor’s degree in political science with minors in Spanish and English, Clemson University

Lizzie Nealon is an insurance contributor for Bankrate. Her favorite part of writing content is making home, auto and life insurance digestible for readers so they can prepare for the future.

Lizzie earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from Clemson University. At Clemson, she co-founded a campus publication called the Sensible Tiger that made news and politics digestible to college students. This experience instilled her passion for helping audiences navigate complex topics like insurance.

She enjoys partially completing New Yorker crosswords, finding the best local restaurants and reading biographies in her free time.

Insurance is the highest form of self-care. Protecting yourself and your family against financial ruin provides peace of mind, security and freedom.

— Lizzie Nealon

Lizzie's latest articles

  • Oregon Mutual Insurance Review 2023

    Insurance companies are plentiful all over the country, and even though the larger insurers are more widely available, people sometimes prefer a smaller company with more personal service. If you're in the Pacific Northwest region and looking for a lesser-known but trusted insurance provider, Oregon Mutual Insurance may be one to consider.

    Feb 13, 2024
  • Car Insurance for a Toyota Tacoma

    Although cheaper to insure on average, there are some nuances to Toyota Tacoma insurance costs that can affect what rate you pay for this make and model. Before choosing a policy for your Tacoma, it can help to review those variables that help determine how expensive it is to insure.

    Feb 13, 2024
  • Car Insurance for Subaru WRX

    The cost of car insurance is determined by a number of factors, many of which involve personal information like your age, location, driving history and credit score. The type of vehicle you choose also makes a difference, as does the coverage you select and whether you need full coverage or state minimum insurance coverage.

    Feb 13, 2024