Each day,you face a variety of risks--risks to your life,your health,and your property. Although you can't eliminate many of these risks,you can take steps to guard against resulting financial losses
Life insurance isn’t a fun thing to think about, and it may seem like an unnecessary expense.
You're ready to buy an insurance policy, but you feel a bit uneasy embarking into the insurance world. After all, the language can be technical.
Perhaps you're starting a new job or trying to integrate employee benefits with your new spouse. Or maybe you're shopping for individual health insurance coverage.
The health care system in the United States can be confusing. In order to get the most out of your health care benefits, you need to understand the terms used.
Aside from protecting your smile, dental care ensures good oral and overall health.
Making decisions about health insurance probably isn’t at the top of your list of favorite things to do. However, health insurance is an important part of your finances and medical care.
Your need for life insurance changes as your life changes. When you're young,you typically have less need for life insurance,but that changes as you take on more responsibility and your family grows.
If you're like most Americans, you count on your employer for health insurance coverage. But what would happen to your health insurance if you suddenly stopped working
As your child prepares to head off to college, probably the last thing on his or her mind (and yours) is health insurance. But getting sick or injured away from home can be an unpleasant experience.
You've decided to buy some life insurance, but with so many insurance companies and so many products to choose from, shopping for coverage can be a bit of a challenge.
When facing job loss or a reduction in hours, you need to know your options ahead of time to prevent loss of health coverage.
Disability insurance is coverage that provides you with income protection should you lose time on the job due to an injury or illness.
For working individuals, a disability is a medical condition that reduces your ability to perform your job duties, usually an injury or illness.
What is COBRA continuation health coverage? Congress passed the landmark Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) health benefit provisions in 1986.
Driving to work, reading a news article and watching television are likely activities you perform every day. Your ability to do all of these, however, depends on your vision and eye health.
After submitting a claim for medical treatment, you may receive an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company.