Home Tags Insurance

Tag: Insurance

I’m a financial adviser and there are 6 reasons I don’t think $2.5 million of life insurance is too much for my family

With life insurance, there are few instances where someone has "too much" coverage. Usually, families underestimate how much coverage they need.
He got life insurance before he ever needed it. The author is not pictured.

I signed up for $1 million of life insurance before I ever had kids, and I’d tell any 20-something to do the same

Even if you don't have dependents today, signing up for life insurance early can save you hundreds of dollars per year on premiums.
Seattle, Washington.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in Washington?

Washington drivers should try USAA or State Farm with good credit, or GEICO if they have poor credit.
Richmond, Virginia.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in Virginia?

According to Consumer Reports data, Virginia drivers with good credit scores should get quotes from USAA and Nationwide, and for poor credit, GEICO.
The author is not pictured.

People say life insurance should cover 10 times your income, but as a financial adviser I can tell you that isn’t always enough

Many experts say you should get 10 times your income in life insurance coverage. As a financial adviser, however, I tend to believe that's not enough.
Disability insurance is not just for on-the-job injuries.

4 reasons you may need disability insurance, even if you think you don’t

Anyone who relies on a steady paycheck to support themselves or others should have disability insurance, which can help replace sudden loss of income.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in New Jersey?

Car insurance in New Jersey isn't cheap. But, drivers can save with GEICO, USAA and Travelers, and shop around to get their best rate.

Who has the best cheap car insurance in North Carolina?

GEICO Government Employees and USAA car offer the best car insurance rates in North Carolina, along with North Carolina Farm Bureau and Nationwide.
All homeowners can expect their premiums to climb thanks to the rising cost of climate change.

Climate change may affect your homeowner’s insurance policy in 2 ways

It's time to start thinking about how you will budget for higher premiums, and also whether adding additional coverage makes sense.
Before the new year rolls around, take some time to audit your financial life.

9 signs you’re lying to yourself about money

If you tell yourself that retirement is too far away to save for or that it's OK to have debt because everyone else does, you have some work to do.