The 8 Major Types of Life Insurance Policies

Life Insurance Types

With so many life insurance policies to choose from, how are you supposed to know which type is right for you? That’s why we created this ultimate guide to life insurance. Below, we discuss the eight most common types of life insurance, as well as the different types of underwriting when it comes to life […] Read More

10 Car Buying Tips for 2018 (Save a Bundle on Your Next New Car)

saving money on buying a car

Saving money is great feeling, and saving money while you drive off the lot in a brand-new car feels even better! If you’re in the market for a new car, you’ll want to read our car buying tips before you head to the dealership. To get the insider’s secrets on the industry, we interviewed a […] Read More

Life Insurance with Kidney Stones (Insider’s Guide for 2018)

kidney stones

Kidney stones are very common in the United States, and they affect about 200,000 people every year. Also known as renal stones, kidney stones are more common in men than women, and about 19% of American men will be treated for kidney stones during their lifetime. While kidney stones can be extremely painful, they shouldn’t […] Read More

States With an Inheritance Tax (Recently Updated for 2018)

inheritance tax

If you’re planning to set aside an inheritance for your loved ones, we recommend researching your state’s inheritance tax laws. As of March 2018, six states have an inheritance tax and twelve states and DC have an estate tax. While estate taxes are usually only collected from a small percentage of extremely wealthy families, inheritance […] Read More

The Complete List of States with Estate Taxes (Updated for 2018)

The Complete List of States with Estate Taxes (Updated for 2018)

In December 2017, the House and Senate passed a tax bill that doubled the estate tax exemption from $5.49 million per individual to $11.2 million, starting January 1st, 2018. Without congressional intervention, these tax breaks will be in effect (with annual adjustments for inflation) until 2026. While this is great victory for estate taxes on […] Read More