Discount insurance companies have ads urging you to pay less. Bigger insurance companies have competing ads telling you that the savings aren’t really worth it. Auto insurance isn’t “one size fits all” and you should know what you’re buying.
People choose their college major based on a variety of different factors. While some want to expand on whatever interests them, others are more interested in their post-graduation earning potential. If you are looking to make a lot of money right out of college, here are some majors you might want to consider.
Valentine’s Day isn’t about expensive gifts, elaborate flower arrangements, or fine dining — it’s about showing appreciation for the people you love. Here are some ways you can spend February 14th without resorting to a spending spree.
January, the month when retailers slash their prices, is almost over. That doesn’t mean it’s too late to get great deals in the stores though. If you still have money left over after the holiday shopping season, here are some ways to save big on your purchases.
While antiques are considered high-risk investments, some investors prefer to put their money in places where it can be enjoyed while it accrues values. Find out if investing in this highly sensitive, yet visually rewarding, arena is right for you.
When it comes to paying for your child’s college education, one thing is for certain: It’s going to be expensive. With tuition showing no signs of decreasing any time soon, it’s clear that simply putting away money in a regular savings account isn’t going to be enough to foot the bill. Find out which investments will help you pay for Junior’s tuition.
The pet insurance industry has grown in recent years, with people wanting to protect the health of all family members, even the four-legged ones. What is pet insurance, when do you need it, and what should you look for in a provider?