- The Cost of HealthCare in 2012
Healthcare costs are still on the rise, and Obamacare has only had a limited positive effect so far, a recent study says.
- Health Care Reform will Go On Regardless of Supreme Court Ruling, Industry Leaders Say
Easier payment systems, better continuing care, and more secure medical records are all things mandated by health care reform law. If the Supreme Court rules against the law, will those things disappear? Health care leaders say no.
- Home Warranties - Are they Worth the Money?
Home warranties can be useful, but they should never be considered a replacement for homeowners insurance.
- Insurance Rate Outlook for 2012
Are insuring rates going up in 2012? Will I have to sell my house to cover my car insurance, or sell my car to get health coverage? This article looks at current insurance trends.
- Insurance and Chiropractic Care
If it's your first time visiting a chiropractor, be sure to answer all of the questions on their forms, especially if you have previous injuries.
- New Study Shows Most Insurance Purchases Begin Online
If you've heard that online car insurance shopping saves you money, you're not alone. More than half of all insurance policies sold last year were at least begun with online transactions.
- Medical Marijuana and Life Insurance
The good news: using medical marijuana will not make life insurance companies consider you a "smoker." The bad news: While you won't have to pay the smokers' rate for coverage, you may not qualify for the very best rates. It depends on the company you choose.
- Getting Life Insurance After Age 50
Buying life insurance is confusing at any age, but don't worry - your age won't preclude you from finding a good policy at a fair price.
- Pay-As-You-Drive and Save Money
Don't drive a lot? You might be able to save up to $270 per insured car by switching from standard car insurance to a Pay-As-You-Drive policy.
- Life Insurance for Families: How Much is Enough?
Determining the extent of coverage and the type of life insurance that will best protect a family is one of the more confusing decisions facing parents today who are attempting to plan for the future.
- The Most Basic Car Insurance You Can Buy
Liability insurance isn't just the minimum required auto insurance in most of the country, it's also the most basic insurance you can buy.
- The Current State of "ObamaCare"
Medical debt currently accounts for more than 60% of personal bankruptcies within the United States. Even at the expensive end, "ObamaCare" is likely to bring significant financial relief, and that's not all.
- How to Get Low Cost Life Insurance
Shopping online for life insurance is one way to make sure you get a low-cost policy, but it's not the ONLY way.
- Saving Money on Second Home Insurance
Is it time for an umbrella policy? If you own a second home or vacation rental property, it's something you should consider.
- Obama Health Care: How It Is Affecting Major Health Insurance Providers
23,000,000 Americans that cannot currently afford to pay for health care insurance may find themselves in better situations as soon as the new Obama Health Care plan fully kicks in.
- Umbrella Auto Insurance Policies: The Facts about Personal Liability Insurance
Personal liability (umbrella) insurance plans come with low premium rates, but also with extra-high deductibles: normally at least $300,000.
- US Health Care Reform: Obama's Latest Attempts to Force His Plan Into National Law
Democrats are being pressured by Obama to stop playing around and pass his health care bill.
- US Health Care Insurance Premiums: Justified or Outright Thievery?
President Obama's 1/2-day bipartisan health care summit is scheduled for Thursday, February 25.
- American Health Care Reform 2010
Opponents of the new health care reform legislation contend that many small businesses will be wiped out - and the economy will suffer further.
- Insurance rates in big cities
According to the latest data available, more than one car is stolen in the United States every 24 seconds.
- Obama Health Care Reform Bill Facts
Small businesses and middle class Americans by the millions are likely to suffer - at least in the short run - because of President Obama's new healthcare plan.
- What's the Right Age to Buy Life Insurance?
When is the best age to buy a life insurance policy to get the best rate?
- Overview - Preparations for Driving Abroad
Driving laws in foreign countries can be tricky here are a few tips to read before you travel.
- Health Care Reform Debate: Government Regulation or Free Enterprise
Health care reform will affect nearly every person in the country; the debate about who will benefit is raging right down to the wire.
- Car Insurance Frauds Including Theft, Fire and Staged Accident Fraud
Car theft, arson and staged car accidents net criminals billions each year car insurance fraud claims, which insurers pass on to policy holders by raising their rates.
- Classic Car Insurance Rates
Classic cars need specialty car insurance due to their value, rarity and use.
- Healthy Habits and Health Insurance
Your health is your most important physical asset and eating a healthy diet and exercising are the best ways to maintain it.
- Home Foreclosures Remain High into Summer 2009
With the job market continuing to look bleak and unemployment heading toward double digits, the rate of home loan foreclosures is rising with no end in sight.
- Recession: Unraveling the Strands of America's Economic Crisis
With double-digit unemployment, housing foreclosures and money-strapped stressed-out citizens, the writing was on the wall as far back as the housing boom. Prosperity in the U.S. would not last.
- Homeowner's Insurance Discounts for Going Green
Recycled building products and environmentally-approved solar panels are just a few of the ways homeowners are addressing the issue of eco-friendly living. Insurers are rewarding homeowners with discounts for "green home insurance."
- Update President Obama's Universal Plan Reform
Using Canada as an example of universal health care in action, read how President Obama's plan to reform the health care system will address the problem of the uninsured in the US.
- Insurance Financial Stabilty and the Credit Crunch
While banks have been the focus of attention in the current credit crunch, insurers are now also experiencing financial troubles. Learn how policy holders will be affected when insurers can't meet their financial obligations.
- Student Health Insurance
Approximately 30% of college students are not covered with health insurance, while many are covered on their parent's policy. Learn about student health insurance and why it may be a better option, especially if you are not covered at all.
- Home Mortgage Foreclosures, Subprime Lending & Freddie Mac
Read about the problems facing Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae and the resources available to help prevent mortgage loan foreclosure. With home prices dropping, some feel this is a good time to buy a house.
- Drug Rehabilitation Programs
Drug dependency takes its toll on millions of individuals and families. Learn how drug rehabilitation programs can help return a drug-ravaged person to a normal life.
- Live Better and Save Money when you Quit Smoking
In addition to improving your health and extending your longevity, consider the savings you will earn from lower insurance premiums, since many insurers consider smoking a liability.
- Faith-based Health Plans - How They Compare to Private Insurance
Read about how faith-based health plans work and why they can be a practical way to obtain medical coverage for needy families.
- Presidential Candidates Propose Health Care Reform.
Compare the three different approaches that the Presidential candidates have developed in order to repair the ailing health care system in America.
- Car Insurance Rates Compared for Leasing and Owning Your Car.
Read about the various financial issues you need to consider when buying or leasing a new car, including car insurance expenses.
- Autos & Bicyclists: Can We Just Get Along?
Read about the factors that can cause fatal bicycle accidents and how drivers can prevent them by driving more attentively.
- Growing Support for Universal Health Care
Learn the effects of Universal Health Care on the 24 million uninsured in the US. Learn the pros and cons of Universal Health Care.
- Hispanic Consumers Seek Health Insurance Online
Hispanics are an increasingly Internet-savvy consumer group that insurers and other businesses need to accommodate for with Spanish language websites.
- Insurers Now Cover Online Doctor Visits
Get information about Telemedicine, online medical services, and how two major insurers are making it available for compensation.
- Association Health Insurance Plans
Learn about the benefits and pitfalls of association health insurance plans, an alternative to private health insurance.
- Auto Insurance Rates & Credit Scoring, an Ethical Debate
Learn how your credit score may be used to determine your auto insurance rates, for better or worse.
- Homeowners Insurance Policy Denials
Read how homeowners are finding it more difficult to obtain insurance in the wake of Katrina and other natural disasters.
- Gerber's Grow-Up Plan - Not the Wisest Choice
Learn how the Gerber Grow-Up Plan Life Insurance works and why there may be better ways to invest your money.