Despite the power of Wal-Mart and the charm of Peanuts, life insurance remains a tough sell to the middle class.
Swiss Re says e-cigarettes could set off tobacco-style litigation and worsen that No. 1 risk: mortality.
The FTC is raising awareness that those serving our country need to also be wary in guarding their finances.
Despite claims of being a safer smoking alternative, e-cigarettes have yet to convince life insurance underwriters.
A new study shows that two-thirds of consumers would buy insurance from Amazon, Google or even a car dealer.
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Survey suggests the unpleasant subject of death blinds people to the potential living benefits of life insurance.
New York takes 17 unnamed life insurers to task for allegedly dodging regulations through the use of offshore shell companies.
Newer hybrid policies come with some interesting features to make them more appealing to consumers.
America’s No. 1 retailer Wal-Mart is expanding its experiments in retail insurance sales with an auto insurance pilot program.