My Medi-Share review below was originally written in 2009 when I was investigating them but has been continually updated (now for 2023) as I”ve been using them for over 10 years. Hope it helps! If you are in a self-employed situation like myself or just looking for a Christian health insurance alternative, you may want […]
Every year, J.D. Power and Associates ranks consumer satisfaction across a variety of industries and services using information gathered through surveys, and one of their most areas of expertise is the automotive world. Their list is acclaimed for its accuracy and respectability. In August 2009, they released their annual ratings of auto insurance providers determined by customer satisfaction…
Being impacted by my uncle’s premature death and wanting to do everything I can do to help my wife, I decided to create a system for keeping things organized. It has been a work in progress over the last few years, but has evolved into a very helpful tool…
Our daughter Jaime called to tell us, through angry tears, that she learned from her mortgage company that her homeowner’s insurance policy had been cancelled.
Reader Question: “Recently I was approached about a cancer policy from a fellow Christian. I’m having reservations about the practicality of it — each circumstance is different. Is supplemental cancer insurance worth it?”
Your emergency savings is set aside to be used for nothing but emergencies. Right? Right! But that very fund can also be used to help you save on insurance premiums . . . .
If you don’t have life insurance and you have a family that you support, today is your day. Part of preparation is for our benefit and part of it is for the benefit of our loved ones. In this case you and I won’t have any tangible benefit from purchasing life insurance, but the peace of knowing that our loved ones will have a nice financial buffer is pretty nice.
Insurance is important when it comes to the money in the bank. That’s why FDIC insurance was created. But what about credit unions, do they have the same protection as banks? It might surprise you, but credit unions don’t use FDIC. They use a form of insurance provided by the NCUA. What’s the difference?