Purchasing long-term care insurance now can protect retirement savings later.
Current BLS statistics show the average American family spends about 11% of the household income on insurance costs… and that’s not even including health insurance through an employer. Private insurance costs for everything from your car to your home can easily increase to cause problems for your budget. We help you comparison shop so you can save only monthly insurance costs.
Know these facts about open enrollment before you begin shopping for health insurance.
Not everyone claiming to be from the HealthCare Marketplace is legit.
Laura interviews Melanie Musson from Clearsurance.com about how to use smart home technology to protect your property and save money on home and renters insurance.
Here’s how to make sure you sign up for the right Medicare health plan this fall.
If you have a high deductible health plan, you may benefit from a Health Savings Account.
Americans used up savings and took on credit card debt to pay pandemic-related medical bills.
Find out many often-overlooked discounts and strategies to reduce your auto premium without sacrificing the quality of your coverage.
Here’s how to prevent being a victim of scammers when changing your health insurance plan.
There’s a little more than a month left to enroll this year.
Whether leaving a job is cause for tears or celebration, knowing your rights and options for medical benefits is critical.
Starting with, what is it and how does it work?
Maintain a healthy, balanced strategy for healthcare spending.
Protecting your health and income isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity.
Melting snow and heavy rain mean your home is at risk of flooding. Here’s how to stay high and dry.
Now that you’ve earned an excellent credit rating, here’s how to cash in on your good reputation.
There are a few ways to cut back on spending hidden in your policy.
Before your trip, don’t forget to buy travel insurance. This often-overlooked coverage is a bargain for the big benefits.
They’ll also (literally) drive you into the poor house.