Recent Insurance Articles
What Is Open Enrollment?
Not having health insurance or getting stuck with a plan you hate can be a nightmare. Understanding open enrollment can help you get affordable health insurance that's right for you.
What Is a Qualifying Life Event?
For most people choosing health insurance coverage, the selections are locked in until the next open enrollment period. For some, a qualifying life event changes that dynamic and provides an opportunity to make adjustments in the moment.
What Is Spousal Refusal?
Understanding how spousal support works can be critical if one partner needs to go into a long-term care facility. Learn more about how this option works and how it could protect you financially.
What Is Gap Insurance?
If your car is totaled in an accident, gap insurance protects you by paying the difference between the value of your car and how much you owe on your loan or lease.
What's the Difference Between Medicaid and Medicare?
Medicare and Medicaid are two programs that aim to improve access to healthcare for certain groups. Knowing how each program works can help you access the right coverage.
What Is Medicare Part A?
With Medicare Parts A, B, C and D available, it can be confusing to figure out how Medicare works and which coverage option you need. Here’s an overview of Medicare Part A to get you started.
What Is Medicare Part B?
Sorting out your healthcare options after retirement can be confusing with so many different Medicare terms. Here's what to know about Medicare Part B.
Who Is Eligible for Medicare?
Medicare coverage can significantly reduce the out-of-pocket costs of receiving treatment in a hospital or outpatient setting, but you'll need to meet age- or health-related criteria to qualify.