Does the web browser you use when you're shopping for car insurance impact how much it costs you? A new study suggests it might.
Some smokers trying to get coverage next year under President Obama's health care law may get a break from tobacco-use penalties that could have made premiums unaffordable.
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 Obama administration says it will push back the deadline for large employers to provide health insurance for their workers, a key part of health care reform, until 2015.
So far, much of the debate around Obamacare has focused on the cost of premiums in the state-based health insurance exchanges. But what will enrollees get for their money?
Obamacare critics seem strangely obsessed with healthy 25-year-old men. Could it be because they are one of the few groups who will be paying more for insurance?
Walmart's low-wage and low-benefit model costs U.S. taxpayers billions of dollars a year, a new congressional report reveals. Now, California is pushing back.
A greater-than-expected slowdown in health spending has helped buy Medicare more time before it will no longer be able to pay out full benefits.
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.
Few of us are financial experts, so when it comes to money matters, we usually welcome advice. The trouble, though, is that not all the financial advice we get is sound.
When it comes to breast cancer, your health care can be trumped by your finances: Even if your best bet is to follow in Angelia Jolie's footsteps, you may not be able to.
For millions of Americans, Medicare is a major key to a secure retirement, but over the years, it's gotten increasingly complex. Here's the simple version of how it all works.
Spending on prescription medicines in the U.S. fell for the first time in decades last year, as cash-strapped consumers continued to cut back on use of health-care services.
Hospitals within the same city sometimes charge tens of thousands of dollars more for the same procedures, according to government figures released for the first time.
Washington may have passed Obamacare to reform the health care system and reduce costs, but it turns out high cost isn't Americans' No. 1 gripe about our health care system.
Men and women already bicker about which sex drives better. Now they have another topic of automotive contention: Who lies more about dings, crashes, and tickets?
"My GPS told me to do it" is now one of the top excuses offered by drivers pulled over by police. But it's not nearly as popular as these classic defenses.
A single mom of three shares the sacrifices she has to make and the contortions she has to undertake to make ends meet on her slim $40,000 salary, plus child support.
Americans underestimate their chances of needing long-term care as they get older -- and are taking few steps to get ready, a new poll shows.
Nearly 26 million low- and middle-income Americans could be eligible for health insurance subsidies next year, but most don't know it.
Rejecting Medicaid expansion could have unexpected consequences for states where Republican lawmakers remain steadfastly opposed to the new federal health care law.