One of American workers' greatest fears is how much they'll spend on long-term health care in retirement. The figures and their recent growth suggest those fears are well-founded.
Tennessee lawmakers passed a bill earlier this week that would make it harder LGBT individuals to seek mental health services.
Austerity has increasingly dominated economic philosophy in America. Flint was just the latest sign of how much that will cost in the long run.
The sea of gimmicky marketing buzzwords is piling on each year, resulting in making consumers do more research before they sign up for a plan. Here's a quick pocket dictionary.
If you're giving to veterans charities that aren't giving the overwhelming majority of their funds to veterans or their families, you aren't helping.
A Nationwide survey finds that only one person in 10 has a plan for paying long-term care costs.
When it comes to real frights at night, financial hobgoblins like retirement scare Americans the most
You don't think you need insurance until it's too late. Here are some common insurance gaps you need to plug up now.
A new federal government report could fuel fears of insolvency, but experts are more concerned that Americans are able to make good decisions about their Social Security retirement.