Study reveals top credit card rental car insurance coverage for 2015

credit card rental car insurance

A research analysis conducted by CardHub has provided considerable insight into this sector of the industry. The summer travel season has begun and many people are starting to ask themselves whether or not they need rental car insurance or whether their credit card coverage will provide them with the protection that they need while they are on vacation. The answer isn’t necessarily an obvious one, as not all credit cards provide the same auto coverage. CardHub recently conducted a study to help consumers to understand the level of rental car…

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New supplemental insurance law passed in Massachusetts

Supplemental Insurance

Governor Patrick signs supplemental insurance legislation into law A new law that eliminates the cap on insurance payments for non-medical hospital expenses has gone into effect in Massachusetts. Governor Deval Patrick has signed a bill that would remove the payment cap, which had been placed on supplemental health insurance policies that are meant to provide aid for non-medical expenses. Massachusetts had been the only state in the country that had placed payment limits on such coverage. Law has removed the cap placed on insurance payments for non-medical hospital visitis The…

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Disability Insurance – A Dying Breed

When you think of disability insurance, you may automatically think about the benefits some receive through the Social Security program. This is run through the government. Everyone pays in, and someone who becomes disabled can then receive money each month. This program has saved many families from financial ruin, but the amount you can receive each month is not a lot. Families need more protection. Did you know there are other policies you can buy on your own in the event you are in a terrible accident or if you…

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Critical illness insurance receiving growing attention across the country

Critical Illness Insurance trend

Consumers are discovering that their standard health benefits are not always providing enough. The latest data from the American Association of Critical Illness has shown that among the 1.5 million people in the United States who will declare bankruptcy at 2013, 60 percent of them will have done so out of a lack of ability to cover their medical bills – a situation which could have been prevented in many cases through supplementary critical illness insurance. This circumstance has increased by 50 percent over the span of the last six…

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Cancer insurance website features importance of awareness as well as coverage

The site may recommend the additional protection that a policy can provide, but it also provides additional resources. A cancer insurance specialty website called CancerInsuranceInfo.com has just re-launched with a new design and direction that is geared toward assisting individuals not only in obtaining the coverage that they need, but also in improving the way that they live their lives to stay healthier and make a bigger difference to those who already have the disease. The website shows that while coverage gives peace of mind, the true goal is to…

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Colon Cancer Awareness Month reminds individuals to obtain supplemental insurance quotes

The month of March, Colon Cancer Awareness Month… is more than halfway over, but the American Cancer Society and other organizations are still urging everyone to take a moment to find out more about this disease, to practice proper early detection screening habits, and to make a donation to help improve research and care. It is also a good time to have a look at your coverage and decide whether or not you would benefit from supplemental cancer insurance. Many are choosing to do so before the end of the…

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The increasing cost of care for cancer patients

The National Cancer Act’s “war on cancer” went into effect forty years ago, and throughout that time, the battle has yet to be won for finding a cure. Though better treatments are becoming available, there is another problem growing for cancer patients, and that is that these treatments are not becoming any more affordable. The newest drugs can easily cost $100,000 or more for a year’s worth of treatment. Patients are being prescribed these drugs earlier on in their illness, and they are required to use them for longer periods…

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