Friday, January 27, 2017Already having a hard time keeping your New Year's resolutions? The National Institutes of Health says you're more likely to stick to a change in your routine by taking one small step at a time -- so break down your resolutions into bite-size chunks. READ MORE >>
Friday, October 28, 2016With Halloween just around the corner, children’s thoughts turn to candy and costumes. Their parents and grandparents should be focusing on more macabre matters — like the life insurance policies they bought (or are thinking of buying) to secure the financial future of these little ghosts and goblins if a key provider dies. READ MORE >>
Friday, May 20, 2016With annual events like proms and graduation parties, and, of course, the starts of summer vacation, teens are more likely to be on the road this time of year; but parents beware, the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day has been labeled "The 100 Deadliest Days" for teen drivers. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 6, 2016Landing your dream job, or your dream internship. Moving to a new city. Embarking on a torrid love affair (or three?). Meeting the love of your life. Buying your first house, or saving up for it. Finishing your first marathon. READ MORE >>
Friday, November 20, 2015Some insurance companies offer only one type of insurance, while others offer many different types. Insurance buyers often receive a discount if they buy all or many of their insurance policies from the same company. Bundling often presents value to policyholders, but there are times when it does not. READ MORE >>
Friday, February 27, 2015Some insurance companies offer only one type of insurance, while others offer many different types. Insurance buyers often receive a discount if they buy all or many of their insurance policies from the same company. Bundling often presents value to policyholders, but there are times when it does not. READ MORE >>
Friday, July 25, 2014The mortality rate in Massachusetts declined substantially in the four years after the state enacted a law in 2006 mandating universal health care coverage, providing the model for the Affordable Care Act.
In a study released last week, Harvard School of Public Health professors Benjam... READ MORE >>
Friday, April 25, 2014You probably need life insurance. Lots of people do. If you have small children, a mortgage, a spouse who’s dependent on your income—or any person who would be inconvenienced financially if you were hit by a bus tomorrow, you probably should have life insurance. READ MORE >>
Friday, April 18, 2014In recent months, major insurers have adopted “gender distinct” rates for new coverage. Translation: If you’re a woman, you’ll now pay more than a man for the same coverage.
Rates for single women rose 20 to 40% last year, while rates for single men fell 15%, says Jesse S... READ MORE >>
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