It's true you can't always believe what you read ... or hear. But make sure you DON'T listen to these bad insurance ideas.
Attention, bargain hunters. That low-priced policy that will allow you to drive legally may be worth a lot less than you paid. Here's how to be sure your insurer is real.
The news out of Whidbey Island, Wash., might have you wondering if your policy would help if something freakish happened to your home.
More than 20% of people who apply for individual or family health insurance plans are rejected. In 2 states, the rate is 40% or above.
Don't toss that envelope. It might contain a fat rebate check from your health insurance company.
As a result of the Supreme Court's decision, the individual mandate stands, and insurance companies will be required to sell coverage to everyone, regardless of medical history.
Military personnel have higher accident rates after they return from active duty, according to a new USAA insurance study.
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