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Part of being an adult is getting insurance. Many adults have health insurance, life insurance, and car insurance. Insurance is expensive, especially when you’re paying for multiple policies, but homeowners should really consider getting even more.

According to reports, auto insurance has increased by about 15% in the past year alone. Well, predictions state that it won’t get better and so, it makes sense to try and keep your car insurance costs down.  Here are a few tips on how to make...

If anything is true of 2017, it is this: Confusion reigns. And nowhere do we see that more than in healthcare, where failed repeal attempts, executive orders, sudden, out-of-the-blue policy changes, and general unpredictable chaos have dominated the...

Despite repeated Congressional and Executive branch efforts, the full Affordable Care Act is still in place. That means insurance-shopping season is nearly upon us: Open Enrollment begins Nov. 1 (and ends Dec. 15). But there’s less money being spen...

Munich Re, one of the largest insurers of insurance companies, said Harvey, Irma and Maria would push it to a third-quarter loss. Higher premiums may follow.

Earlier this year, health insurance giant Aetna was left broken-hearted when its $37 billion merger with Humana fell through because federal antitrust regulators apparently hate to see two mammoth insurers so in love with each other. But in this autu...

The efforts by the GOP to repeal Obamacare, and the threats to stop insurance subsidies to help cover the cost of insuring working and middle class people, have already had a negative effect on the percentage of uninsured Americans. Because of that i...