Insurance companies in the European Union will no longer be able to use gender as a factor when they calculate car and life insurance rates.
The big-box chain has partnered with MetLife to sell life insurance in 2 states.
Preparing for the inevitable isn't easy, but that doesn't mean you should spend more than you need to for coverage.
While it's true that many times you get what you pay for, it's also just as true that sometimes you don't.
Worried about debt in the event of death or unemployment? There are much better alternatives to the debt-protection products sold by banks and other lenders.
Do you have the coverage you need? With help from the personal-finance blogosphere, Jeff Rose explains the vital role life insurance plays in financially protecting families.
For most people, term life insurance is the right pick. But there are exceptions.
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