Insurance options for unmarried couples living together

Insurance options for unmarried couples living together

Traditional marriage is no longer the only way committed couples choose to spend their lives together and legislation and insurance companies are working to catch up.

More than 12 million unmarried partners live together in 6,008,007 households across the country, according to the U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey 2005 to 2007.

Whether couples are different sex or same sex, the number of individuals who choose to cohabitate climbs annually and these individuals are looking to establish the same rights and benefits assured their married counterparts.

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How will my insurance needs change as I get older?

How will my insurance needs change as I get older?

Longevity was in the news recently as a 114-year old Montana resident gained global attention for achieving the distinction of being the world’s oldest man.

In general, advances in medical technology and healthy lifestyle information have been helping Americans live longer than ever, although the large majority will still never make it to age 100.

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How Should I Plan for Retirement?

How Should I Plan for Retirement?

In the 1960’s, Bob Dylan sang, “The times they are a changing.” For many of the Baby Boomers who heeded that call, the times have definitely changed, especially the state of the economy.

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