Life insurance seems like a pretty good deal. You pay $30 a month for 20 or 30 years and in the event of your death, your family gets a sizeable cash sum, often in excess of $250,000. Every 12 seconds someone dies in the United States and these deaths occur across all demographics (although the […]
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Losing your job is stressful. Losing your health insurance on top of that is even worse. And whether you have health concerns now or want to safeguard yourself and family for the future, you might be worried about how to cover medical expenses if you’re out of work. Find out what to do when you... Read More
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If you have home and auto insurance, you may save money by bundling your policies. Most companies offer bundles that can save you an average of 10-25% on each policy. Thatâs nothing to sneeze at since AAA estimates that the average cost of car insurance is about $1,202 annually, and some people pay much more […]
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Permanent life insuranceÂ is defined as aÂ whole-life policy, one that doesnât expire and may provide a number of benefits during theÂ policyholderâs life and when they pass away. It’s not a specific type of insurance, as such, and is instead an umbrella term used to describe life insurance policies that are not fixed to specific terms. Types […]
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The discounts and cost-sharing offered by health insurance plans are well worth the premium payments. However, premiums can be tricky to work into your budget. Itâs important to find an affordable health insurance plan that offers good coverage. Whether itâs open enrollmentÂ and youâre trying to find a better plan or you qualify for a special... Read More
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Medicare is a federal health insurance program widely used by U.S. citizens and permanent residents age 65 and older. The program also applies to those younger than age 65 who have disabilities, end-stage renal disease (ESRD) or other diseases. But … Continue reading →
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Life insurance can be expensive and if itâs essential those high costs can leave a nasty taste in your mouth. You may wonder if itâs worth purchasing a policy at all, which could place your family in jeopardy as they wonât have the cover they need when you pass.Â However, there are a few ways […]
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Insurance is defined as a form of protection against loss. But in todayâs insurance industry, insurance can be purchased to mitigate against all forms of loss. It is a type of risk management used by people to protect against uncertain loss or the risk of failure. Insurance companies or carriers or underwriters sell premiums to... Read More
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When purchasing or leasingÂ a new car, you have several insurance coverage options. When selecting coverage, you will likely know if you want to have collision coverage or not, but will you know what gap insurance and whether to select that … Continue reading →
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A Health Savings Account (HSA) is a convenient way to store funds specifically for medical expenses. If you qualify for an HSA, you will get to enjoy a few tax advantages as well. While this might sound like an ideal setup, not everyone is eligible for a health savings account. To qualify for a health […]
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