The tax man doesn't take a cut from insurance benefits, except in a few cases.
Use these clues to find out if and how a loved one's life insurance was paid out.
Where you buy your umbrella policy may not be as important as what you buy.
You shouldn't skimp on umbrella insurance, which protects when liability comes raining down.
Get the shredder ready because some of your insurance clutter might be cleared away easily.
If Mom and Dad split, their kid's insurance is mostly a matter for the parent with custody.
A parent may not be able to shake the cost of teen drivers but can reduce the high rates.
Scoring the services of an insurance expert takes a little common sense, not tons of money.
Find out if a condo's contents should be covered by the company insuring what's outside.
If you change home insurers before your policy is up, the old company may not be too giving.