Life Insurance For Your Grandchildren

Life Insurance For Your Grandchildren

So as many Baby Boomer parents help their children and save for their own retirement, grandparents are saving and planning for their grandchildren’s college education with life insurance

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CBO Says Families Would Be Hit Hard By New Republican ACHA Plan

CBO Says Families Would Be Hit Hard By New Republican ACHA Plan

Families To Pay Price If Maternity Care Coverage Is Cut By GOP Christie Popp, who is pregnant with her third child, is hoping hard that the maternity coverage she has through the Affordable Care Act doesn’t go away. That coverage is written into the health law as a requirement for every plan sold on the individual market. But that could change if Republicans get their way to repeal the ACA and remake health care. Popp…

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Murder for Life Insurance – The Black Widows

Murder for Life Insurance – The Black Widows

On April 18, 2008, Helen Golay 78, formerly of Santa Monica, California, and Olga Rutterschmidt 75, formerly of Hollywood, California, were convicted of the murders of two homeless men—Paul Vados in 1999 and Kenneth McDavid in 2005. According to reports, Golay and Rutterschmidt staged Vados and McDavid’s deaths to appear as hit-and-run accidents in order to collect on multi-million dollar life insurance policies they had taken out on the men and became The Black Widow…

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How Life Insurance Secures a Father’s Legacy

How Life Insurance Secures a Father’s Legacy

By Emily Miller Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and father figures alike who have had a positive influence in our lives. It’s a day that should be spent not just showering our dads with gifts, but thanking them for all of their hard work and dedication. We should all spend less time worrying about the gift and more time with him. In the long run, it is not about the gifts you give…

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Veterans On Board to Defend Obamacare

Veterans On Board to Defend Obamacare

Air Force veteran Billy Ramos, from Simi Valley, Calif., is 53 and gets health insurance for himself and for his family from Medicaid — the government insurance program for low-income people. He says he counts on the coverage, especially because of his physically demanding work as a self-employed contractor in the heating and air conditioning business. “If I were to get hurt on the job or something, I’d have to run to the doctor’s, and if I…

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After Hospital Checkout Older Patients Resist Home Help – And Danger Follows

After Hospital Checkout Older Patients Resist Home Help – And Danger Follows

The 84-year-old man who had suffered a mini-stroke was insistent as he spoke to a social worker about being discharged from the hospital: He didn’t want anyone coming into his home, and he didn’t think he needed any help. So the social worker canceled an order for home health care services. And the patient went back to his apartment without plans for follow-up care in place. When his daughter, Lisa Winstel, found out what had…

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Health Risks That Can Impact a Mother’s Life Insurance Policy

Health Risks That Can Impact a Mother’s Life Insurance Policy

When a woman becomes a mother everything in her life changes. Suddenly the world revolves around the welfare of her child. While mothers are nursing cuts and scrapes, whipping up an amazing home-cooked meal for their families or providing counsel to their daughter’s broken heart after a breakup, they could be prone to neglecting their own health and well-being. Here Are 12 Major Health Risks for Women 1. Heart Disease. Coronary artery disease or heart…

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The Most Common Types of Life Insurance Fraud

The Most Common Types of Life Insurance Fraud

Life insurance fraud costs the industry hundreds of millions of dollars each year, and it can burden family members with an agonizing set of circumstances. It often involves deceiving family members or business partners, and among those horrors, it translates to higher rates for honest policyholders. In once case, a woman and her husband found that their son had somehow managed to change the ownership names and beneficiary on a life insurance policy. She and…

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Life Insurance Settlement Finder Apps Paying Out Big Money

Joe Gant just came into a little extra cash, and it only took 25 years for him to get his hands on it. A recent – and entirely unexpected – payment from an insurance company came his way via the sharp-eyed efforts of a friend. His mom, Doris, passed away 25 years ago, but it was just last year when a friend spotted Gant’s name on the Illinois iCash website. Doris, an accountant, left Joe…

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Forbes Says You Need Life Insurance, so Listen up and Find It Here at the Best Price

Forbes Says You Need Life Insurance, so Listen up and Find It Here at the Best Price

What’s not to like about buying life insurance? Okay, so the list is long. It’s  not fun. The process is packed with details and hurdles to overcome. The payoff for your good works happens when you’re dead. So…ouch. But when Forbes speaks, people listen, so listen up. They say buying life insurance “is an essential part of life and a crucial element of sound financial planning.” Forbes says the key is to move before you’re…

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