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LOS ANGELES (AP) — A Southern California insurance broker pleaded not guilty Wednesday to allegations he overcharged Tom Hanks, the former guitarist of The Police and others hundreds of thousands of dollars for insurance premiums.
Regardless of who wins the election, there’s a long list of nonpartisan financial issues that need attention.
Repair and reconstruction efforts will replace infrastructure with newer buildings, but no one should think natural disasters are good for the economy.
Don’t let Mother Nature become your worst enemy—make sure your home is properly protected.
But Canadian cost-control measures won't translate to U.S., expert says
As presidential election nears, Republicans tend to see the effects as negative, while reverse is true for Democrats
Officials say there are more highly rated health plans to choose from in 2013
More information about cheaper options could save beneficiaries hundreds of dollars a year
If you view your car insurance as a fixed cost, it's time to rethink that idea.
Opt-out in Affordable Care Act could leave millions of low-income Americans still uninsured