Doug Bonderud is a freelance writer with more than a decade of experience tackling topics from insurance and healthcare to financial well-being and investment.
Life insurance provides financial support after the death of a loved one but comes with ongoing costs that add up over time.
Standard auto insurance does not cover mechanical failure. Mechanical breakdown insurance (MBI) can help reduce your out-of-pocket costs. Here’s how.
Comprehensive car insurance covers hail damage. Here’s a look at how hail can impact your vehicle, how comprehensive insurance can help, and how to file a claim.
Pre-loaded health cards offer a way to pay for services upfront but not out of pocket. Here’s what you need to know about flex cards and their function.
Auto insurance binders provide temporary proof of coverage until your official policy documents arrive. Read on to learn more about what binders are and how they work.
Trailer insurance protects your trailer and reduces costs for accidental damages. Read on to discover how this insurance works.
Worried about the cost of treating your hearing loss? Read more to learn how Medicare may cover your hearing treatments.
Medicare Special Enrollment Periods (SEP) allow individuals to switch, join, or drop healthcare plans in the case of qualifying life events. Learn about how SEPs work.
Don’t fall victim to Medicare scams. Learn about common fraud schemes and how to protect yourself when applying for Medicare with this informative guide.
Does Medicare cover ambulance service? Yes, medically necessary ambulance rides are covered under Medicare Part B benefits. Discover how to secure Medicare ambulance coverage for emergency and non-emergency events.
If you are denied life insurance coverage, you still have options. Read on to find out why coverage may be denied and what you can do if it happens to you.
Flexible spending accounts let you put aside pre-tax money for qualifying medical and dependent expenses. Read this article to see if FSA is right for you.