There’s a misconception that the only person who needs life insurance is the primary breadwinner of the household. Stay-at-home parents need coverage too.
Cup of Jo’s Joanna Goddard and her readers asked Laura McKiernan Boyland, Haven Life’s head of underwriting solutions, about life insurance and more. Her answers will delight you.
Life insurance is a crucial part of a complete financial plan. Learn how it works, the different types and whether you need coverage.
Group life insurance is a nice work perk, but it usually doesn’t provide enough coverage. Learn how your employer’s plan works and why it pays to get additional coverage.
Having a child adds meaning to your life in ways you’d never expect. Life insurance helps ensure you can protect them no matter what.
Life insurance does not only benefit your beneficiaries. A policy has advantages that extend to policyholders as well.
A primary beneficiary is the person or people who would receive the life insurance death benefit. Understand how it differs from a contingent beneficiary.
At some point, you may need to get a medical exam if you’re applying for a life insurance policy. Here’s what you can expect from the exam’s blood test.
Staying on top of your finances doesn’t have to take a lot of time. Here are some simple steps you can do to make managing your money a little easier.
Experts often recommend having 5 to 10 times your income in life insurance. But the rule doesn’t fit for everyone. Find out how the rule works and how much coverage you need.