I'd love to offer my clients a safe investment that pays a good return - and that's what whole life insurance claims to be. But the numbers just don't jibe.
Too many people do not have adequate life insurance coverage. And the ones who do are not getting the best coverage at the best premiums, either.
Indexed universal life insurance, its sellers say, lets you profit from market gains, but dodge the pain of declines. Sound too good to be true? It should.
In a divorce, you may lose income, moral support and a safety net. These often-forgotten but critical steps will get your financial life back together.
Life insurance can be an important thing to have, especially if you have people counting on your paycheck. But some policies aren't worth the money.
Many boomers are ready to retire chronologically -- but not financially. And it's not just a question of having enough assets.
Life-insurance coverage is important, but finding the right policy can be complicated. Here's what you need to know, in four simple steps.
Conventional wisdom holds that whole life insurance is a poor investment for most people. But a properly designed policy can be a smart, flexible way to build wealth.
For most Americans, a term-life insurance policy is all they need. But many brokers push whole-life policies to cash in on the juicy commissions. What policy is right for you?
If other people are relying on your income, you probably need life insurance, but 30% of U.S. households have none at all, and 50% think they need more than they have.
From budgeting mishaps to bad purchases, these money mistakes disguised as financial wisdom may come back to haunt you.
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.
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