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  • 3). Determining How Much Life Insurance You Need  By : Stephen L. Nelson, CPA
    When considering life insurance, you’re planning and preparing for an event most of us would rather not think about. But life insurance represents a critical step in managing your personal finances and ensuring your family’s well-being. The Two Approaches to Life Insurance You can use one of two approaches to estimate how much life insurance you should buy: the needs approach or the replacement-income approach.
    article related to: insurance, life insurance, financial planning

  • 4). Critical Illness Insurance The Non-Disclosure Problem  By : Michael Challiner
    If you're in the unfortunate position of having to make a claim on your critical illness insurance policy, the last thing you want is insensitive hassle or apparent non co-operation from your insurer. But according to numerous newspaper articles, that's precisely what's happening. The core problem is that before they'll pay out, the insurer will always want to make exhaustive enquiries about your past health record.
    article related to: critical, illness, non, disclosure

  • 5). Gap Insurance: A Financial Safety Belt  By : Peter Garant
    Why is gap insurance considered as a financial safety belt? Simply put, it keeps you from being financially ruined when disaster hits your car. For example you are in this situation, you bought a late-model car three months ago using a car loan with a regular car insurance. The car costs $30,000 and you have already made three payments of $900 each month.
    article related to: car loans, family finance, loan

  • 9). Growing Old  By : Joseph Kenny
    There are a couple of things in life that we know, at some stage, we will be worried about. Growing old certainly seems to be one of them. More and more, our culture is becoming obsessed by the cult of youth. Not only are film stars and musicians young and beautiful, but increasingly, politicians and newsreaders are getting younger also. Add to this.
    article related to: insurance, retirement, age, discrimination, activities, policy, medical, cost

  • 12). Why You Should Consider Pet Insurance For Your Family Pet  By : Joseph Kenny
    If you have ever wonder about the benefits of insuring your family pet, then you may want to consider the following pointers as to why you should consider pet insurance for your family pet: 1 in every 3 family pets will visit a vet this year for treatment 40 percent of all vet fees are caused by ‘unforeseen’ illnesses or accidents less than 15 percent of family pets in the UK are covered by pet insurance the average vet bill for care and attention needed following a road accident involving a cat or dog last year was circa.
    article related to: pet insurance, insurance, pet, animal, cheap, premium, vet, cost, policy, excess, accident, illness

  • 16). Auto Coverage Analyzer  By : Joseph Kenny
    Buying a car means taking a well thought out decision. However, sometimes taking a well-thought, wise decision gets difficult. This is even more so, when it involves a big investment decision like buying car and insuring it. One wrong decision and you might end up in a financial soup. Once you have already bought a car or you have owned a car for sometime now, it is time for getting it insured.
    article related to: car insurance, insurance, policy, cover, premiums, finances, value, low cost

  • 18). Eight Rules for Saving Money When You Buy Insurance  By : Stephen L. Nelson, CPA
    By following the eight rules explained here, you can save money, and just as important, you can save yourself from making serious mistakes when you shop for and acquire insurance policies. Rule 1: Buy Insurance Only for Financial Risks You Can’t Afford to Bear on Your Own The purpose of insurance is to cover catastrophes that would devastate you or your family.
    article related to: insurance, financial planning

  • 20). Life Insurance – 66% Of Applicants Face Loaded Premiums  By : Michael Challiner
    If you're lucky, you'll get a life insurance quotation that you are happy with, progress to application, and get yourself insured within 48 hours at the original price quoted. Unfortunately this isn't the case for 66% of applicants - who face delays and loaded premiums. So why is this happening? Well, life insurance companies provide quotes based on the ‘perfect person' – which basically means you must be 45 or under and in excellent health, have no hereditary illness in the family, work in an office and want no more than £250,000 cover.
    article related to: life, insurance, loaded, premium

  • 21). What is RMD?  By : Jeff McLeod
    When you have qualified money, retirement accounts, IRA, 401k, or 403b IRS Guidelines require they begin taking minimum distributions from these funds at age 70 1/2. Required Minimum Distribution (or RMD) is designed to help you calculate the proper minimum distribution based on life expectancy. When Do They Start? Tax laws require you to begin receiving minimum distributions from you qualified money by April 1 of the year after you reach age 70 1/2.
    article related to: required minimum distribution, rmd, ira

  • 25). Affordable Individual Health Insurance  By : Jessica Farrell
    There are many options for an individual to obtain affordable health insurance coverage. Keep in mind that there are savings in numbers; the more people in a plan, the better the savings for each member. In some states, like Florida you may purchase group policies for a group of one. Some states allow a two-person policy to qualify for a group rate.

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