Lauren Jiles-Johnson has 10 years of experience in insurance marketing and was a licensed life and health insurance agent. She is a freelance writer who covers topics ranging from financial services to cybersecurity to health care. Lauren has a B.S. in journalism from Northwestern University.
Medigap Plan M covers some out-of-pocket expenses for Medicare Part A and Part B. Read on to learn more.
Medicare covers up to 20 sessions a year for chronic low back pain. Acupuncturists must be licensed medical practitioners, and you pay 20% of the approved cost.
Car damaged by a hail storm? Read more to learn whether your auto insurance covers repair costs.
If you have a high-deductible health plan, a health savings account (HSA) saves pretax money for health care costs. Read on to learn how to open an HSA.
Most colleges require students to have health insurance. Read this article to learn which policy is best for you and why.
Curious how Medicare Extra helps low-income people with prescription drug costs associated with Medicare Part D? Read on to learn the eligibility requirements and how to apply.
Considering life insurance but unsure if it’s the right time? Read this article to see if you are a good candidate for life insurance now and which kind is right for you.
You cannot buy insurance for a car you do not own. But the owner can add you to their policy or put you on the registration. Read on to learn more.
Curious what homeowners need to know about shopping for home insurance? Learn how to compare policies, save money and what is and isn’t typically covered.
Paying off your car doesn’t lower the cost of auto insurance. However, you can by eliminating coverage required by lenders. Read on to learn more.
Renter’s or homeowners insurance covers your storage unit, but only up to a limit. Read this article to learn storage unit insurance fills in the gaps.
Wondering if your employer’s health insurance is right for you? Read to learn more about what group health insurance has to offer.