When you start shopping for life insurance you will come across two different types, whole life and term. Here is an objective review of whole life insurance as an investment option.
Today’s historic Supreme Court ruling upheld President Obama’s new healthcare laws (you know, “Obamacare”). This ruling included the polarizing individual mandate—the ability for the government to levy a tax on individuals who can afford health insurance but choose not to buy it, essentially requiring health insurance by law. Health insurance is confusing enough already. Trying to […]
There is a lot to consider when shopping for health insurance. How much you see the doctor, what types of medications you are on, if your favorite doctor is covered under your new plan, it all comes into play when choosing health insurance. Here we go over what you will need to think about and where you can get more information when buying health insurance.
The younger we are the more we tend to think that we are invincible and do not need health insurance. Cancer, broken bones, and weird illnesses with names that we can’t pronounce are all things that happen to other people and never to us—right? Wrong!
“I’m 25 and only make $30k a year. I’ve got student loans. I’m broke! Why should I care about investing?” I hear this all the time. When it comes to money, many of my peers (at least the ones not completely afraid of their finances) are concerned with upgrading their cars and homes, developing their […]
Young people are the least likely to be insured, the least likely to need healthcare, and the least talked-about group in the healthcare debate. Yet we may end up paying dearly for healthcare reform. If you’re young and healthy like me, you don’t spend a lot of time thinking about healthcare. And that’s probably alright—you’re […]