Here’s everything you’ll want to read if you can’t make up your mind about life insurance

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Life insurance seems like a big deal. But setting it up is surprisingly easy, and paying for it can be surprisingly affordable. If you think you might need life insurance, but you’re intimidated by the seriousness of it all or don’t know where to start, we’ve gathered some of Business Insider’s most helpful articles in

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4 reasons teens should learn about money

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It seems obvious that teens should learn about money. However, financial education for teens is sorely lacking. Many high schools offer little or no assistance in helping teens learn about money. While some parents make this a priority, others don’t focus on it at all. It might help both parents and educators to understand exactly

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Best places to get money in an emergency when you don’t have an emergency fund

Staff Writer, Miriam Cross, and Kiplinger's Personal Finance •
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It’s easy to underestimate what you need to set aside in an emergency fund. A dual-income household with reliable cash flow should keep at least three months’ worth of living expenses in a savings account or short-term certificates of deposit. But if you are the sole provider, have an irregular income or face steep child-care

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