After Superstorm Sandy hit the federal government quickly sent out $1.4 billion in aid. Now, thousands of people might have to pay back their share.
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.
Secret "price optimization" tools let insurance companies raise rates on customers who they think won't shop around.
Assessing the state of New Jersey's recovery one year after Sandy is hard to do. There are plenty of anecdotes to go around, but it's hard to get a sense of the big picture.
The intersection of hurricanes and economics is a heartless, insensitive place. If it can be avoided, you shouldn't go there.
Many victims of Superstorm Sandy are finding their flood insurance checks are too small to cover their repairs, and advocates put much of the blame on inexperienced adjusters.
Some American are being forced to buy flood insurance to get a mortgage -- despite the fact that they're not really in a flood zone.
Boost your home-insurance deductible and you'll not only reduce your premiums but also avoid filing small claims that could cause a rate hike.
It's easy to assume that only a rich person could need a large umbrella insurance policy, but you'd be surprised at the reasons an average Joe might be glad he had one.
The tornado that hit Moore, Okla., is a stark reminder of the need for homeowner's insurance. But such catastrophic events also make it likely that your premiums will go up.
More than a third of Americans say their insurance costs grew in 2012, and in the majority of cases, it's not because they increased their coverage. But don't accuse the...
Having the right insurance can soften the blow of an unexpected event that might otherwise mean financial catastrophe for you and your family. But do you? Here are some tips...