A joint insurance policy is one taken by two people, offering benefits that arenât provided by single policies and allow you to save a few bucks in monthly premiums. If youâre married and want your spouse to receive a benefit if you die and your children to receive one if you both die, it seems […]
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Medicare and Medicaid may sound alike, but these government health insurance programs are dramatically different from one another. Here’s aÂ brief overview. What Is Medicare? Administered by the federal government, Medicare is a health insurance program primarily for adults who are 65 years of age or older and have paid into the Social Security system for… Read More
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When purchasing or leasingÂ a new car, you have several insurance coverage options. When selecting coverage, you will likely know if you want to have collision coverage or not, but will you know what gap insurance and whether to select that … Continue reading →
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Insurance of any kind can be confusing, but when it comes to medical insurance, itâs really tricky to tell whatâs covered and what isnât. Whether youâre shopping around for a new plan or recently just got on a new health insurance plan, itâs good to know the ins and outs of your health insurance coverage […]
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