Does life insurance cover deaths from coronavirus?

Thousands of people around the world have already died from COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. For those with life insurance, in almost all cases they are covered and the insurance will likely pay for deaths from COVID-19. There are a few exceptions, according to representatives of life …

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Think twice before paying for accident forgiveness

If you pay extra for accident forgiveness with your auto insurance, you might think your premium won’t go up if you cause an accident. But don’t bet on it – it’s not that simple. With accident forgiveness, insurers say they won’t increase your rate just because of a at-fault accident …

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Does your credit card interest rate matter?

Credit cards are one of the most expensive ways to borrow money. This is because the interest rates can be very high – 30% per year or more. But if you’re careful with your spending, you can have a credit card with the world’s highest annual percentage rate and never …

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Citi Australia Pilots Buy Now, Pay Loans Later

Share Tweet Share Share Share E-mail Citi Australia wants to boom buy now, pay later market and launches a new installment loan product with Kogan that will swap flat rates for interest rates, The Sydney Morning Herald reported Sunday (Aug 18). Follow in AfterpayFollowing in the Footsteps of, Leader in …

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Your car’s accident checklist – NerdWallet

Even a seasoned driver may not know what to do after a car accident. Preparing ahead could save your life – and potentially thousands of dollars. These steps will ensure that if you ever have an accident, you stay safe, obey the law, and leave no holes in an insurance …

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15 Year Fixed Mortgage Calculator – NerdWallet

Taking out a 15-year fixed rate mortgage – or refinancing one – can be a smart move. First of all, you will probably get a lower interest rate. That, combined with a shorter loan term, means you’ll pay much less interest over the life of your loan than you would …

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Buying a vacation home: how to find your comfort zone

For a musician, there is nothing better than playing “in the pocket”. This is where the rhythm, the tone, the feel – all is just what it takes; you are in the area. You can also be financially “out of pocket”, with minimal debt, plentiful retirement savings, and strong cash …

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Take a team approach to financial well-being

You are starting a financial wellness program to help employees deal with money stress, which keeps them from being productive at work and affects their health. To get the ball rolling, you organize a series of weeklong lunchtime presentations. On Monday, a representative from the financial services company that administers …

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