Suffice to say we would prefer a host of unpleasant experiences to confronting our own demise.
Consumers tend to think of investment professionals when they think of money management, but there’s more to managing your personal wealth than putting together an investment strategy aligned with your life goals and financial needs.
Statistics show we are at far greater risk from everyday life than from natural disasters.
The problem with self-insurance is that you don’t know when you’ll need the coverage. It’s not just for seniors; many people aren’t saving enough for retirement now.
Will Americans be lured to buy life insurance by discounts for those who agree to share their health data?
Curious about your inherited health risks? Some insurers would relish a look at your genetic tests.
Google reportedly plans to launch online U.S. auto insurance shopping this spring.
Think insurance is boring and humorless? Behind the scenes, it’s practically a laugh riot!
The Ebola pandemic could have repercussions for health insurance, life insurance and workers’ comp.
Despite the power of Wal-Mart and the charm of Peanuts, life insurance remains a tough sell to the middle class.