Car, homeowners and health insurance: necessary. But what about life insurance? Here are seven things everyone should know.
The identity of the person who made the record-setting life insurance purchase hasn't been released.
If you're going to be financially successful, there's a good chance you won't be living like everybody else seems to. A personal finance expert says it's simpler to fly your banners high.
What happens when your spouse names someone else as beneficiary?
It's good to have a spending plan, and even better if you have all your bases covered. Here's where people are most likely to mess up.
An insurance policy you no longer want or can no longer afford might produce some extra cash in the form of a life settlement.
Whole life insurance can be viewed as a blend between insurance and a savings or investment vehicle. But is it right for you? Read on for the details.
Had he planned better, actor James Gandolfini's estate would have left more to his heirs and less to the taxman. Here are 6 mistakes celebrities -- and ordinary folks -- often make.
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