Chances are you'll save enough to have a grand time on date night -- if your mate is a safe driver.
Many people would cut back on life insurance after financial setback, a poll finds. Others wouldn't dream of cutting any insurance.
In case of a disaster, a federal law in place for more than 50 years offers homeowners protection.
Scientists say there's a big chance a significant earthquake could hit the U.S., particularly California, in the coming decades.
It might seem harsh, but lying about being a smoker is insurance fraud and that is not something taken lightly.
Spring -- can it get here soon enough? -- means a thorough home cleaning. Why not take care of some annual financial maintenance as well?
'What's your sign?' is more than just a cheesy pickup line -- it might be an insight into your driving record.
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