For children with a medical condition or special needs, a life insurance child rider that does not require medical underwriting is ideal.
If you died, would your family be able to pay the bills without your income? The purpose of life insurance is to replace the income of a deceased provider to prevent loved ones from struggling financially.
Some carriers will outright deny coverage to marijuana users while others are more than willing to offer coverage, depending on certain qualifications.
Many Millennials have children, yet no life insurance. Why? They often overestimate the cost and think they still have years before they need life insurance. Here we explain why this is untrue.
Most couples don’t like talking money with each other – it’s uncomfortable, but necessary. By discussing your money habits, you can avoid the biggest threat to relationships – finance issues.
In honor of national poison prevention week, we’re sharing resources to help you better address poisoning accidents in your home.
Issue 9 of our newsletter zeroes in on money, from saving for retirement to getting credit cards to helping teach your kids about cash.
I never realized how common colorectal cancer was until having to go through it myself. There are a number of factors that can affect your risk for developing colorectal cancer.
Did you know that March is National Kidney Month? Your kidneys are pretty important. They are the body’s blood filtration system. Kidneys filter your blood, help regulate blood pressure, and direct red blood cell productions. Unfortunately, these organs are also...
The right amount of sleep varies across the lifespan and from person to person. Sleep plays a big role in your health, which plays a huge role in life insurance.
Healing is one of the most plausible powers in all of comics, so we’re going to take a deep dive into exactly what happens underneath your band-aid while you heal.
Here we share eight simple ways to keep your pocketbook in line and still feed your family healthy meals while sticking to a budget.
Issue 8 of the Quotacy Newsletter is a collection of stories about using mental tricks to improve your life through mindfulness, behavioral psychology, and self-reflection.
If you have a history of drug or alcohol abuse, you can still be considered for life insurance coverage. Here we explain what you need to know.