Premiums that an individual pays on a long-term care insurance policy can qualify as a deductible medical expense.
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Not being prepared for an emergency could lead to a personal financial crisis that takes you years, decades even, to recover from.
The No Surprises Act will be beneficial when it takes effect on January 1, 2022. Until then, you’ll need to rely on being a smart healthcare consumer.
Everyone evaluating their retirement planning should have a plan in place to deal with long-term care expenses.
If working from home becomes permanent, lower car insurance rates likely will, too, since you've eliminated your commute.
One of the first benefits people will realize from the latest stimulus package is the $1,400 per person direct payment.
You’re in this together for the long haul. Getting on the same page now will save you from a lot of trouble down-the-road.
When you lose a loved one, there are many decisions you’ll need to make. And they're not cheap.
Although contributions to the plan aren’t deductible, the earnings in a 529 plan are not subject to federal taxes.
While social media is a legitimate way to learn important financial terms and concepts, It’s a “buyer beware” market as well.
Not only has the shift to remote work affected millions of American workers, but it’s also had a ripple effect on our culture as a whole.
Our family health history impacts the potential health problems that will affect us, which in turn can have an impact on our financial decision-making.
You may feel perfectly fine today and find yourself unable to work tomorrow. A disabling illness or accident can occur at any time.
Financial and mental instability often go hand-in-hand and tend to magnify each other, leading to a downward spiral that worsens over time.
Creating generational wealth requires accumulating assets that you don't use so you can pass them along to your children when you pass away.
Companies committed to DEI in the workplace must be catalysts for progress by ensuring those crucial discussions resume and continue in 2021.
For millions of Americans who are working from home for the first time, striking a healthy work-life balance in the new normal has proven challenging.
If you have a student loan, you may get some relief. President Biden has indicated his inclination to forgive a portion of outstanding student loans.
We surveyed 1,000 U.S. adults about their experiences with COVID-19, political and social events, and other defining moments of 2020. Here's what we found.
Though it's a current trend in the investing world, the roots of socially responsible investing can be traced back more than 200 years.
Addition to insurtech company’s API-driven product line simplifies how consumers find affordable coverage for cancer and other critical illnesses
If you find yourself yearning for more goods and services because you now have more money to spend, then lifestyle creep has you in its clutches.
According to the Federal Reserve’s Report on the Economic Well-Being of U.S. Households, 25% of adults have no retirement savings or pension at all.
Unlearning the common money myths debunked here will help you live a more balanced financial life with a lot less stress.
If you’re returning to the office in 2021, you’ll probably find it’s not “business as usual.” The new landscape of work may take some getting used to.
End-of-life planning involves your health care, financial assets and liabilities, funeral arrangements, insurance planning, and overall estate plan.
Consider any payment you make to a healthcare provider because your insurance company won't cover it to be an out-of-pocket expense.