Category: insurance


Do Your Parents Need Long Term Care Insurance?

A few months ago I wrote about how finding out your parents financial situation can be stressful and I thought I would touch on that again now that my brother and I have been talking a little more about it. My mom is living off the savings that her and my dad had amassed before […]


Why Getting Pet Insurance Might Have Been A Good Idea.

To be perfectly honest, I always thought that pet insurance was an incredible waste of money. When people are having trouble paying their own “human” bills, does it really make sense to pay an additional $10-$20 per month for insurance for your pet? We have had pets our whole lives and have never had major […]


Experience Of My First Day Without A Car.

So, as mentioned in multiple posts in the past, we were contemplating getting rid of one of our cars because I work from home and barely ever need a car to get around. Well, today is Day #1 of me not having a car at all, and so far so good. (Yea, I know, it’s […]


The Kinds Of Insurance You Probably Do Not Need.

I came across this interesting article over at MSN Money that listed the 10 kinds of insurance that you probably do not need and thought I would share it you. Mind you this list is not all inclusive or exclusive; but rather a nice guideline for people new to buying insurance so you do not […]


Possibly one of the most important personal finance posts I read today.

Trent over at The Simple Dollar always seems to come up with some great posts. He is a posting machine! I enjoy reading his blog every day, and today was no exception. One of his posts today is “Evaluating Your Expenses – Life Insurance” which should be required reading, especially for anyone with a family. […]

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