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Mortgage companies require most people buying a home to purchase home insurance, and for good reason. Your home is likely to be your biggest investment, and it should have adequate coverage in the event of fire, theft, natural disasters or some other emergency. READ MORE >>

You’ve heard it over and over again—texting while driving is dangerous. But while some people take it to heart, others ignore the statistics that report over 1.6 million texting-related car accidents per year. As smartphones become more intertwined with our daily routines, states have implemented penalties to circumvent the growing rate of accidents. READ MORE >>

While insurance and financial professionals argue over the necessity of life insurance for children, there are distinct benefits to this type of policy. Many people think of life insurance as a form of income replacement (which obviously doesn't apply to children), but it has many more benefits for both parents and the insured children themselves. READ MORE >>

As the weather warms, kids once again can enjoy outdoor fun. Kicking around a soccer ball or climbing on a jungle gym is fun for many, but the houses with swimming pools and trampolines often become the most coveted hangout spots in the neighborhood. READ MORE >>

So you’ve decided to move to another state? There are a lot of big decisions ahead of you, one of which involves whether you should keep your car or sell your car. Either way, you’ve got some planning to do. Let’s look at some of the things involved with both choices. Selling Your Car READ MORE >>

No one likes to think about planning his or her own funeral, but the truth is that it’s a very helpful piece of your family’s financial future. Funeral and burial service costs are exceedingly high, averaging between $10,000 and $15,000 after factoring in the casket, cemetery plot and headstone. READ MORE >>

All cars are capable of breaking down without warning, and if that happens, you don’t want to be caught unprepared. Storing a kit of emergency supplies in your trunk can help you out in situations ranging from a flat tire to getting stranded. READ MORE >>

Whole life insurance may cost a little more than term life coverage, but it also has some extra living benefits that you should know about. A whole life policy is intended to provide you with a level death benefit that lasts for as long as you pay your premiums. READ MORE >>

Are you wondering if your standard homeowners policy covers your personal assets along with the structure of your home? The answer is yes, to an extent. Most homeowners policies come with contents coverage up to 50 to 70 percent of the amount of coverage on your home. READ MORE >>

Think saving on car insurance is out of your reach? Think again! Saving on car insurance is easier than you think. Try these 10 tips to save money: 1.       Buy a low-profile car: Flashy luxury cars can quickly become targets for carjackers. But a smart, sensible car is more likely to be overlooked. READ MORE >>

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