Tagged With Life Insurance

I'm young, single, and healthy, but I just bought $300,000 of life insurance and it was a no-brainer


Having a baby forced me to confront my mortality, but spending $6.50 a month on life insurance means I don't lose sleep over it


My husband is my caregiver, and spending $45 a month on his life insurance means I won't be alone if he dies



Online life insurance company Bestow offers competitive pricing, for 2 to 20 years at a time. Here's how it works and what to expect.


Fabric's affordable life insurance is ideal for families with young children, but anyone can benefit


If your job offers AD&D insurance, it's worth signing up for



I'm a financial adviser, and I can tell you the only 20-somethings who get enough life insurance through work are the ones who don't need it anyway


After my dad died from cancer at 54, I made sure my life insurance policy covered my funeral — and my mortgage


Group life insurance from work tends to be a good deal, but it's usually not enough — and you can't take it with you


I'm a healthy, single 27-year-old woman, but a flood convinced me life insurance is the smartest thing I can spend my money on


I'm a financial adviser and there are 6 reasons I don't think $2.5 million of life insurance is too much for my family


I signed up for $1 million of life insurance before I ever had kids, and I'd tell any 20-something to do the same



7 times you're better off spending than saving


People say life insurance should cover 10 times your income, but as a financial adviser I can tell you that isn't always enough


There are only 2 situations where you don't need life insurance — otherwise, you should have it


7 reasons you may need life insurance, even if you think you don't



3 reasons to get life insurance before your first child is born


I'm a financial adviser with $2.5 million of life insurance, and every cent of it is the same kind for a reason


Whole life insurance may sound great because it never expires, but it will cost you a big chunk of change every month


Insurance companies often discriminate against mental health conditions – but one company is hoping to remove the stigma by providing help at no cost