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Parents should be aware of the legal and financial consequences that arise when children are at fault in an accident.
Fears that aging baby boomers may turn highways into danger zones could be unfounded, according to a new report by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Learn how driver's license points are assessed, how long they stick and how they affect your auto insurance rates.
Safer commutes may lead to a discount, but lots of left turns could cost you.
New car purchases and leasing continue to increase among drivers under age 25, according to J.D. Power.
Don't drive a car regularly but want protection when you do? Nonowners auto insurance might be right for you. Learn what nonowners policies cover and how to find the best insurance rates.
You've gotten what you want most -- and found several great car insurance quotes online. But multiple auto insurance quotes are close or equal. What do you do?
Seven tips for finding the best auto insurance rate for your teen driver.
Unexpected car repairs can derail your finances. Mechanical breakdown insurance can cover car costs for many years.
The companies with the highest satisfaction ratings among policy-holders are those that better explain the claims process from first filing to resolution, according to J.D. Power.
If you want to keep your homeowners insurance, you may have to replace your 20-year-old roof.
A Senate bill delays homeowners flood insurance premium hikes for four years -- but may face challenges in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Learn how insurance comes into play when Old Man Winter wreaks havoc.
Learn the details of the new open enrollment deadline for buying health insurance.
If you find health insurance plans on exchanges too pricey, learn what your other options are for buying medical coverage.
Consumers have until March 31 to enroll for 2014.
Learn what a CO-OP plan is, the pitfalls of low-price plans and the risks involved in subsidies when buying coverage on the health exchange.
Consider your family's needs and resources to estimate a figure.
Assess your needs, and understand the options before you buy.
Insurance can cover your student debt when you can't.
Avoid these pitfalls to make sure your beneficiaries get what they're owed.
Just because your home isn't yet finished doesn't mean you should wait to insure it. Find out the details of homeowner insurance for homes under construction.
Landlord insurance is a type of home insurance specifically for property owners who rent all or part of their property to others. Comprehensive insurance will cover loss from all causes unless specifically excluded.
Here's how to protect the biggest investment you'll likely ever make: Your new house. We explain the basics of homeowners insurance.
Knowing what HO-2, HO-3 and other similar policies cover can steer you to the right home insurance plan for your needs.
Many people are turning to high-deductible health plans, often known as "catastrophic health insurance." Is it the right choice for you?
What are the major differences between HMO and PPO health insurance? Find out.
What is the difference between HMO and PPO and POS health insurance plans? Which is best for a small business?
If you do consulting as an independent contractor, Insurance.com can help you understand your options for health and disability health insurance coverage. Get the information you need on this topic and other health insurance-related questions.
Accidental death and dismemberment insurance (AD&D) sounds like a low-cost boost to life insurance. Is it worth the money, or should you simply buy more life insurance?
What does it mean to be an independent life insurance agent?
What mortgage protection insurance can do for you.
What is funeral insurance and what are some tips for purchasing it?
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