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Austin Peay accounting professor highlighted in MoneyGeek.com study

(Posted Jan. 26, 2021)

MoneyGeek.com recently published an article that featured an interview with Austin Peay State University accounting professor.  In the interview, Dr. Brandon Di Paolo Harrison shares his insight on homeowner insurance by answering three questions:  • Are there any homeowners insurance endorsements that you recommend for most, if not all, buyers? • Is there a common mistake that first-time buyers make? If so, how can they avoid it? • Are there any homeowners insurance exclusions that might be surprising to a first-time buyer?  Di Paolo Harrison’s interview accompanies a MoneyGeek.com study about home insurance.  To learn more  • For more about the accounting program at Austin Peay, click here. • For more about Dr. Bradon Di Paolo Harrison, click here.
Di Paolo Harrison

MoneyGeek.com recently published an article that featured an interview with Austin Peay State University accounting professor.

In the interview, Dr. Brandon Di Paolo Harrison shares his insight on homeowner insurance by answering three questions:

Di Paolo Harrison’s interview accompanies a MoneyGeek.com study about home insurance.

To learn more

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