The coronavirus has made it more difficult to qualify for long-term care insurance, but insurers are adapting coverage as care needs change. Find out more in U.S. News & World Report.
The demand for life insurance is up because of the coronavirus, but it’s also complicating the process for getting coverage. The standards are changing daily. Find out more in this article for U.S. News & World Report.
How does business interruption insurance work, and can it help small businesses pay their bills during this difficult time? Learn more in this article for U.S. News & World Report.
It can be difficult to pay your bills if you get sick or injured and are unable to work. And it’s even more challenging if you’re self-employed and don’t have the benefit of sick days or any disability insurance from your employer. It can be complicated to qualify for disability insurance if you’re self-employed, but the following strategies can help — from SaturdayInsurance.com.
You need to consider the potential cost of long-term care when planning for retirement, which can top $100,000 per year in a nursing home and $50,000 in assisted living or your own home. Long-term-care insurance can help you cover those expenses, but the policies are becoming more expensive, too. Find out how to manage the cost of long-term-care insurance and take advantage of tax breaks, while providing some valuable coverage to protect your retirement savings, in SaturdayInsurance.com.
If your employer provides disability insurance as an employee benefit, you have some valuable protection if you get sick or injured and can’t work. But you may have less coverage than you think. Find out more in SaturdayInsurance.com.
Find out about 20 relatively simple steps that can help you save hundreds of dollars on your car and home insurance without sacrificing the quality of coverage — in SaturdayInsurance.com.
Hurricane season runs from June through November, and NOAA predicts that this year’s storm season could be particularly active. Find out about home improvements and other steps that can protect your home and finances from hurricanes and summer storms — in U.S. News & World Report.
Your car insurance premiums may be some of your largest regular expenses, especially when you’re just starting out. But there are some easy ways to save money on car insurance while still having valuable coverage – which could save you hundreds of dollars every year. Increase your deductible. Increasing the deductibles on your collision and comprehensive coverage from $500 to $1,000 can cut your premiums by up to 20% and prevent you from filing small claims that could get you dropped by your insurer or cause your rate to rise. Use some of your premium savings to build up …