Insurance

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Money’s White Lies (Part II)

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A look at more of money’s false promises.

Trimming The Sails In Long-Term Care

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Despite fewer carriers in long-term care, there are more options than ever for an aging population.

The Nation's Top 10 Auto Theft Hot Spots

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Old or new, your car stands the greatest chance of being stolen in these U.S. metropolitan areas, says the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

Now You Can Get Married. Gay Or Not, Here's What You Gain—And Lose

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The U.S. Supreme Court just legalized gay marriage nationwide. If same-sex couples get married, they gain access to hundreds of legal and financial benefits.

High Court Upholds Obama’s Legacy And Health Care For Millions

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Barack Obama’s legacy as the president who reshaped the U.S...

The Boomer Effect: How Will So Many Seniors Get Long-Term Care?

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When long-term care insurance isn’t an option, a reverse mortgage may provide the needed funds for someone needing care to stay in his home, says this expert.

Medicare Coverage Could Be Even More Useful At Age 50

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Lowering the age for Medicare eligibility could help people not just live longer, but enjoy more healthy years, says a Columbia researcher.

Florida Retirees Undeterred By Rising Home Insurance Risk

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While living in Florida is the dream for many baby boomers approaching retirement, the Sunshine State is not without its dark side.

The Lawyer Who Invented A Way To Take Cash From Accident Victims

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George Rawlings grabs a stack of computer printouts and stretches them six feet across his office, admiring data from police reports of Florida auto accidents: the names of those hurt and the...

In Republican Stronghold, Worries About End Of Obamacare

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In Georgia’s Gwinnett County where Republicans rule, few really love Obamacare. Few want to lose it either.

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