"Term life and whole life are two popular variations of life insurance policies. While the basic idea of providing much-needed cash in the event of your death is the same, there are some big differences between the costs and benefits of each one. Here's a rundown of both varieties, so you can make the best decision for your family..."
"The standard eligibility age for Medicare in the United States is 65. However, many people don't know if they need to sign up for Medicare if they already have other health insurance coverage, such as through a job, a spouse's employer, from their former employer, or through COBRA. Here's a quick guide that can help you determine if you need to sign up for Medicare...
"Many Americans view life insurance policies as a key part of their financial planning. But they tend to think in terms of how the insurance will benefit their survivors after they are in the grave – not how it might benefit themselves while they are very much alive.
We all know Medicare will cover costs such as GP visits, public hospital stays and annual eye tests, but did you know you may be able to use your Medicare card to help pay for your chiropractor, dentist or midwife