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When it comes to life insurance, most buyers simply pick a number for the desired death benefit and go through the motions of the application process. There isn’t much thought as to the amount or type of insurance best fits the bill. Term insurance is the most popular type of life insurance bought in the US today. READ MORE >>

Having insurance is a lot like carrying an umbrella with you at all times: Most of the time it feels burdensome, but boy, are you glad to have it when the rain comes. The right insurance policies are key to a healthy financial life. Below, we've explained briefly which those are, plus when you should purchase them. READ MORE >>

Soon, ghouls, goblins and The Little Mermaid will be at your front door. Are you prepared? We aren’t talking candy-bought, decorations-up prepared. We mean, what happens if Glenda the Good Witch breaks her arm or your house is egged? Are you covered for that? Or will a night of tricks and treats become an expensive horror? READ MORE >>

With Halloween just around the corner, children’s thoughts turn to candy and costumes. Their parents and grandparents should be focusing on more macabre matters — like the life insurance policies they bought (or are thinking of buying) to secure the financial future of these little ghosts and goblins if a key provider dies. READ MORE >>

When zombies, Snookies, and Lady Gagas storm your front door this weekend, don’t fear! Your homeowners insurance will protect you from Halloween mishaps. Halloween is all fun and games until a trick-or-treater trips, knocks over your jack-o-lantern, and sets your front porch on fire. READ MORE >>

Your dog isn't just a good dog -- he's your best friend who wouldn't hurt a flea. But you might have to prove it to get your home insurance company to cover him, especially if he belongs to a breed with a reputation as aggressive. READ MORE >>

A new study shows Americans have even less insurance since the recession, leaving their families vulnerable. Life insurance is usually last on the list of important-but-necessary items people want to spend money on, because, let’s face it, no one wants to dwell on the circumstances in which it could come in handy. READ MORE >>

Workers’ compensation was originally created to assure workers who suffer an on-the-job accident would get necessary medical treatment and receive a percentage of their wages while recovering. However, some saw this as a biased system. READ MORE >>

Does your pay stub include the cryptic three-letter code LTD with a tiny dollar amount that’s deducted each pay period?  It stands for long-term disability insurance, and it pays to have it to provide for your family when you can’t work because of an injury or an illness like cancer. READ MORE >>

An estimated 34.1 million Americans are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home this Labor Day weekend, the highest turn out since 2008, when the recession was at its peak, the American Automobile Association reports. Gas prices are also down, nearly 5 percent, another plus for vacationers. READ MORE >>

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