Reverse Wine Snob showcases a little known white grape from Piedmont, Italy today with the Recit Roero Arneis from Monchiero Carbone.
How Much Life Insurance Do You Need?
Unpredictable investment and job markets are rough on retirement planning. They also complicate the issue of how much life insurance is right for you.
Tips On Getting A Great Deal On Car Insurance
1. Shop often. Check out several different insurance companies every two to three years. Maybe your situation has changed—say you’re driving fewer miles, which can lower your premium a little. Or maybe the carrier has adjusted its underwriting or rating in ways that help, or hurt, your bottom line. You get little benefit from sticking with the same insurer year in and year out; our research in the past has found that the “long-term customer discount” is mostly a myth 2. Cast a wide net. Try shopping on TheZebra.com, which uses data from Quadrant, a private company that collects and analyzes rate filings supplied directly by insurers. (Quadrant is also the company we engaged for our price analyses.) The Zebra offers estimates from 18 to 35 insurers, depending on the state. That compares…
Time Buyer Costs: Home Appraisal Tips
First-Time Buyer Costs: Home Appraisal Tips. Here are the ins and outs of the home appraisal process that first time buyers face.
What You Need To Know About Long
After seeing their parents need Long Term Care, Richard and Barbara Adams searched for answers It was the fall of 2008 when Richard and Barbara Adams, recent retirees from the Buffalo School District and a former sales executive at a local newspaper, were on a two-week vacation in the Smoky Mountains when they got the call that Richard’s mom had suffered a fall and was being rushed to the hospital. While in the hospital, she suffered a series of complications, and ultimately left the hospital bound for a nursing home near their home town. It was at this moment that the cost of Long Term Care became real for Richard and Barbara; the cost of care in eastern Virginia was nearly $7,500 a month, and Richard’s mom only had enough cash to last…