Love has flown the coop, and now you have to decide how to divide up the insurance coverage on cars, home, health and life.
Homeless for a few years, a Chicago area woman found a community through social media, as well as thousands of followers and eventually a home.
After you've built excellent credit scores is one of them.
Well, no. But in a shaky economy, obscure insurance -- including coverage against kidnapping, divorce and having twins -- is a rare growth industry.
Perhaps regular folks can learn some lessons on what not to do with money as the McCourt financial drama plays out.
Since the 1990s, single women have purchased homes at about double the rate of single men.
A North Carolina company has a new product called WedLock, which aims to defray the costs of a breakup.
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