When your dog gets cancer, how are you going to pay for his chemo? Should you have a pet insurance policy?
Republican lawmakers have engaged in 'massive resistance' to the Affordable Care Act.
You'll have to pony up cash to the federal government if you ignore the requirement to purchase health insurance -- and you could face a pile of medical bills if you're injured or seriously ill.
You don't have to rush to sign up just yet, but reviewing this journalist's experience will make the application process a little easier.
If you live in a state where accidents involving deer are common, you might want to lower your deductible on your comprehensive coverage.
Insurance for your furry friends can be pricey, but there are ways to minimize premium costs.
Industry analysts say these big shopping destinations will need to beef up their staffs, surveillance and coordination with local police.
You're trading lower premiums for potentially huge out-of-pocket costs when you opt for a high-deductible plan. Here are 10 ways to work it to your best advantage.
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