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Insurance

How to Save Money on Insurance

A future without long-term financial planning can often be uncertain. Many crave financial independence and stability without borrowing and worrying about unexpected expenses.

Retirement Planning

Nearing Retirement: Have You Saved the Right Way?

Tweet The problem is that so many people lack enough money for retirement. One survey shows that roughly 36 percent of United States citizens lack any retirement savings. The prospect

Insurance

5 Options to Bring Healthcare Costs Down

Tweet In many states, insurance premiums are rising so high that even those people who do not use a lot of health care services can feel that impact. According to

Insurance

10 Types of Insurance You Should Strongly Consider

Tweet Very few people love insurance shopping. One reason for this being that most Insurance policies use technical legal jargon which often makes contracts difficult to understand. The end goal

Career Planning Retirement

Where do You go Wrong in Retirement Planning?

Tweet Inflation is not the only culprit You were told to start saving early in your life for retirement, and you did. But now in your mid-thirties, you feel you

Budgeting

How to Manage Your Finances as a Single Mother

Tweet If you’re a single mother, you understand how hard it gets to pay bills in a timely manner while saving up for emergencies pertaining to your children. Since you

Insurance

Obamacare Could Become Your Best Advocate

Effective January of the year 2014, the United States of America will change like we never knew it. We all have heard about what’s coming. Every citizen will be required to have health insurance.

Consumer Tips

Obamacare by the Numbers

American citizens that plan to sign up for the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) can do so now.

Consumer Tips

Chop Chop: How to Rein in Healthcare Costs

Beginning Oct. 1, 2013, Americans can begin to sign up for the Affordable Care Act, what is widely known as Obamacare. The new healthcare plan kicks in on Jan. 1, 2014, expanding access to health insurance options currently not available to tens of millions of Americans.

Consumer Tips

How to Curtail Your Dental Expenses

Visits to the dentist can set you back several hundred dollars for just an oral exam and a cleaning. Have two or three cavities filled or seek out other work beyond the basics and your bill can easily top $1,000.

Consumer Tips

How to Find Affordable Dental Insurance

Dental insurance is the fringe benefit most of us want, but either do not have or isn’t sufficient for our needs.

Insurance

Get Protected: What Types of Insurance do You Need?

Deciding what types of insurance you need can be both confusing and frustrating. The types of insurance that you need depend greatly upon your life situation.

Tax Tips

Income Taxes: Deducting Health Related Expenses

If you itemize your tax return, you can deduct health insurance and related costs when you file your return. Medical expenses of all kinds can be deducted ranging from visits to your physician, hospital costs, dental, vision and certain wellness programs.

Consumer Tips

Should You Work with a Health Insurance Broker?

Tweet By Tom Rodgers Figuring out what type of health insurance to get (and how much coverage you need) is not an easy endeavor. A lot of people end up