Many factors go into determining how much you’ll have to pay in insurance each month. Here’s how to avoid some common, lesser-known pitfalls.
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In this week's Q&A, Brian O'Connell explains what can happen to your credit score if you make a late car insurance payment.
Letting young adults stay on their parents' health insurance until they turn 26 will nudge premiums nearly 1% higher for employer plans.