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Anything we can do to save a little money come tax time is worth doing. So, what about health insurance? Is there any way that paying for health care can make tax season a little easier on the checking account? Yes, but it's somewhat situational. Here's what you need to know: READ MORE >>

Having the flu is nothing to joke about. Flu can even be deadly if you don’t see your doctor and get treatment. You will likely need considerable treatment to recover well. We are in flu season, and seasonal conditions are favorable for widespread flu infections. READ MORE >>

  When you qualify for Medicare, you might decide that the plan that is best for you is a Medicare Advantage plan. This is a plan that offers most of the perks of Medicare, but with added benefits. Most of these plans include prescription drug coverage. READ MORE >>

If you are going to begin renting an apartment near your college campus, this might be one of the first times that you have to take full responsibility for your own property. However, as much as you might think of the apartment as your own home, it’s still the property of someone else. READ MORE >>

A variety of life insurance types are available. Each one works to provide the same basic goal. They pay a death benefit to your named beneficiary if you should die during the policy. Yet, some policies offer more protection. Some allow you to borrow from them during your lifetime. Should you do this? READ MORE >>

In Florida, all drivers have to carry a type of car insurance called personal injury protection, or PIP coverage. A PIP policy is coverage for the driver’s own personal losses in case vehicle accidents occur. However, Florida’s minimum PIP insurance limits might not be enough for you. READ MORE >>

Each year, health insurance plans renew, and sometimes their benefits change. When these rollovers occur, policyholders have to re-enroll in coverage. Sometimes, you will decide switch plans, and sometimes you will simply re-enroll in a nearly-identical policy. READ MORE >>

Turning 18 means you are officially an adult. Now, you’re responsible for all of your own life choices and decisions. You may already be driving. You may own a car, or you are planning to purchase one. Your goal should always be to have a policy that matches your life and your needs. READ MORE >>

When a fire, storm, or act of vandalism damages your home, you want to get it fixed as soon as possible. Home insurance may provide you with the financial means to pay for these types of repairs. However, you shouldn’t rush into choosing a contractor for the job. Doing so could cause you financial loss in the long term. READ MORE >>

Each state sets laws determining who handles paying for an accident after it occurs. When two parties collide, determining fault is not always the goal. In some states, each person’s insurance pays for the losses. How does this work? Are you in a no-fault or at-fault state? READ MORE >>

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