Thinking that a red car can drive up your insurance rates is silly, but believing an insurer will cover items stolen from your car is an expensive mistake.
Consumers are shocked when they find out how many variables go into car insurance rates. Where you live, whether you're married and more affect your rates.
Drivers pay an average of 41 percent more for car insurance after making a single claim, according to the second annual study by insuranceQuotes.com.
Millennials are less likely than other age groups to show loyalty to their insurance companies, a finding that has insurers worried quite a bit.
Driving without a license or not buckling up won't cost you all that much, but the difference between careless and reckless driving could triple your rates.
Technology has the power to put more money in our pockets. It is now up to us to use those advances to use in consumer financial services.
You could be overpaying or underprotected if you're not regularly reviewing your health insurance, life insurance, auto insurance and homeowners insurance.
Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange reports can be used to raise your insurance rates after you make a claim -- and also if you make an inquiry.
When I went to get my first car insurance policy, I learned a lot about how much insurance I need -- and how to get a cheaper rate.
The Good Hands people at Allstate have figured out a shady, possibly illegal, way to push up insurance rates, a consumer watchdog warns.
Men are more likely than women to hit cars, poles or people in parking lots, a new survey concludes, contradicting some common stereotypes.
The sweet spot for the lowest-cost car insurance is for drivers 50 to 70 -- and there are ways to cut it even more.
Results of a recent survey show that millennials are less likely to purchase key products that can help them avert financial disaster. Here's why.
Age, gender and marital status are key factors on car insurance rates. Combined, they can cost a driver as much as 50 percent more for insurance.
Disability insurance provides monthly income to those disabled by injury or sickness. It is a critical solution for when you're hit by an uninsured driver.
A recent study reveals how much to expect your insurer to ding you for getting caught breaking the traffic rules. Hold onto your seat belts: It's a lot.
Secret "price optimization" tools let insurance companies raise rates on customers who they think won't shop around.
Got a red car? Are you a longtime policy holder? Or a speed demon? None of these qualities have the effect you may think they do on your car insurance.
Usage-based auto insurance -- where your driving habits are tracked by a monitor installed in your car -- can save you a bundle on premiums. If you're a good driver, that is.
Bad news for investors who believe in the January barometer, which says as January goes so goes the year. So far in 2014, stocks are well off the highs seen just a month ago.