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05/03/16 - 11:38 PM EDT
Self-driving cars may bring increased safety and lower insurance rates, but expect them to deliver a few drawbacks too.
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Despite a quarterly loss driven by financial market volatility, the company is on target to meet its strategic goals, CEO Peter Hancock says.
05/03/16 - 01:20 PM EDT
As the Zika virus spreads and is predicted to intensify this summer, wary travelers who are planning to trot around in infected areas should check their international health insurance coverage.
04/30/16 - 01:40 PM EDT
Health care tops the list of consumer financial anxieties heading into the 2016 elections.
04/30/16 - 12:20 PM EDT
When a baby is on the way, you need to review your insurance coverages to make sure your growing family is protected.
04/22/16 - 02:53 PM EDT
Many think that insurers are ripe for new business models that bring operational efficiency to what is considered bloated and bureaucratic.
04/20/16 - 11:27 AM EDT
Getting nabbed for a DUI costs you big time, especially on higher auto insurance rates.
04/15/16 - 10:04 AM EDT
Do you live in a state that said no to expanding benefits?
04/12/16 - 10:47 AM EDT
A look into the benefits and considerations of high deductible health plans.
04/08/16 - 02:55 PM EDT
Wearable device health consumers may save money if they share data with insurers.
04/08/16 - 09:25 AM EDT
Americans in the middle class are purchasing health insurance plans from private insurers instead of subsidized government plans, because many of them are earning too much money to qualify.
04/01/16 - 12:46 PM EDT