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Managing Healthcare During Times of Financial Stress

Healthcare spending exceeded $10,000 per person in 2016, and appears to be a continuing problem for the foreseeable future. If you’ve lost your job, or haven’t recovered wages from previous job losses, or even if you’ve changed careers to try and make ends meet, you may be feeling economic strain thanks to healthcare mandates and rising costs for prescription drugs. ... Read More »

What Makes Vehicles so Costly to Insure?

What Makes Vehicles so Costly to Insure?

Are you in the market for a new car? You may be considering factors, such as the style, size and cost of the vehicle. You may also be considering long-term costs associated with maintenance of the vehicle as well as its fuel economy. But there’s one more item you need to consider in your list: the cost of insuring the ... Read More »

5 Hacks for Saving on Homeowners Insurance

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You did it! You found your dream home, you applied for and got a mortgage, you saved and had a decent down payment, and you bought your house. But don’t think your work as a homeowner is over. There are a lot of things you have to consider as a home owner that you’d never have to worry about as ... Read More »

6 Types of Car Insurance Coverage For All Drivers

Types of Car Insurance For Drivers

The following is a contribution from my blogging friend, Gary. Although buying auto insurance is mandatory in the United States, the process of getting a policy isn’t as straightforward as consumers would like. There are three different types of car insurance coverage: liability, comprehensive or collision and medical coverage for drivers. Below, we will discuss the differences between these types ... Read More »

Financial Responsibilities of the Young and Single

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The following is a contribution from Natasha Cornelius at Quotacy. Are you young and single? You probably do not have too many responsibilities other than paying rent on time and working toward getting rid of those student loans. Fewer responsibilities mean you don’t have to think about life insurance, right? Well, you may be surprised. More single people than you ... Read More »