by David Hodges
If you have dependants, you need a plan
Can the terminally ill count on life insurance in cases of assisted death?
The insurance industry is skeptical about quitters
by Jason Heath
by James Daw
by Bruce Sellery
We challenge the notion that you need five to seven times your gross annual income in life insurance.
Seniors who need specialized health care typically pay for it with savings or home equity. Now long-term care insurance promises to relieve that burden. Which strategy should you use to fund your final years?