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Understanding Long-Term Care

It may not be wise for people over the age of 65 to rely on Medicare or private health insurance. Medicare does not cover custodial care, and private health insurance rarely pays any long-term care costs. Depending on your financial situation, long-term care insurance may be your best option for peace of mind and financial benefits as you age. What Is Long-Term Care Insurance? Many... Read Article

Am I Too Young To Start Paying For Life Insurance?

People in their 20s and 30s may believe that they are too young to need life insurance. In some cases, they may put off purchasing life insurance to pay off other debts. The truth is that buying life insurance young can save you money. Typically, the younger you are when you purchase a policy, the less you will pay in premiums. Why It Is Cheaper... Read Article

Will Dental Insurance Cover Mouth Injuries?

Millions of teeth are knocked out every year in athletic events. Injuries affecting the face and mouth account for a significant number of common sports injuries. If you are active in sports, or if you have children who are, you may be wondering if your dental insurance covers mouth injuries. The answer depends on what kind of coverage you have, and the type of injury... Read Article

Can I Have As Many Life Insurance Beneficiaries As I Want?

When you purchase life insurance, choosing your beneficiaries is a challenging yet crucial step in the process. Who to name as your beneficiaries is something only you can decide. You have the option to name more than one beneficiary, which can be accomplished by assigning a percentage of your life insurance benefits among two or more people on your application. There is no set limit... Read Article

Am I Drinking Enough Water?

As stated by Medical Daily, 75 percent of people in the U.S. today may suffer from chronic dehydration, and most Americans consume far below the recommended amount of water. Look for the following signs of dehydration to find out if you are drinking enough water: You feel thirsty Your skin is dry Your urine is dark You have bad breath You suffer frequent headaches Your... Read Article