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Buying your first car can be pretty exciting. For many people, it’s a major life decision that they’ll remember for the rest of their lives. But don’t put too much pressure on yourself. Buying your first car is a major purchase, but with these four tips, you'll have nothing to worry about. READ MORE >>

If you own a car, it’s important that you get an auto insurance policy from an insurance agency you can trust for adequate and affordable coverage. In spite of it being mandatory, you may wonder if having car insurance is really necessary. There are various reasons why you should have coverage even if you think you’re a safe driver. READ MORE >>

According to the Department of Health and Human Services, seniors have a 70 percent chance of requiring some form of long-term care in their life, and 20 percent of seniors will require it for at least five years. This care is expensive. In fact, the average cost for a nursing home room is about $97,500 per year. READ MORE >>

Retirement Retirement planning is extremely common; most employers provide a 401(k) plan for their workers. Many plans are even accompanied by match programs in which employers match their employees' retirement contributions. READ MORE >>

Long-term care insurance plans are important because they can help you stay in your own home longer. In the event you do need to go to an assisted living community, the long-term care policy can pay the facility's daily or monthly rate for your treatment. READ MORE >>

  As the changing demographics of the United States (and the world) indicate, the population is getting older. Statistically, that may sound daunting. However, what it really means is that people are living longer, and living longer means more time to enjoy life and time with your loved ones. READ MORE >>

Applying for Medicare involves making crucial choices regarding your health coverage. If you wait too late to enroll, you may incur a penalty and have a gap in your coverage. Read on to find answers to important questions, so you can make informed decisions about Medicare. What Are the Parts of Medicare? READ MORE >>

Restricting Fraud With the New Medicare Card The first and most obvious change to Medicare in 2018 is the new card every recipient should have received this year. The card no longer features the Social Security number of the cardholder. It lists a unique identifying number instead. READ MORE >>

When considering your financial security after retirement, Medicare and Medicaid always come to mind. The former is the premier health care insurance solution that most retirees rely on for care. To help you plan for your insurance needs in the future, read on to learn about a few Medicare issues. READ MORE >>

Medicare serves as the primary source of insurance coverage for more than 50 million Americans, most of whom are seniors. But when there is a need for long-term care, there's not as much of a safety net available as recipients may think. Medicare tends to provide better coverage for short-term care needs and medical-related expenses. READ MORE >>

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