Georgia Rose is a lead writer on the international team at NerdWallet. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Independent and The Associated Press. Throughout her career, Georgia has written on a variety of subjects, including personal finance, government policy, science and technology. She enjoys researching complex topics and distilling the information for her readers. Before joining the international team, she wrote for the insurance vertical, specializing in life insurance.
- Education: B.A. from University of Hull, England
- Credentials: Poynter ACES Certificate in Editing
- Previous experience: The Larchmont Chronicle, Writer at the United Nations Volunteers, Science writer at Content Pros, Technical writer at OnPoint
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Can You Buy Life Insurance on Someone Else?
Taking out a life insurance policy on someone else is perfectly legal, and there are circumstances where it’s worth considering.
Term Life Insurance vs. Accidental Death and Dismemberment
AD&D pays only if a death is accidental or you suffer a severe injury. Term life covers most causes of death.
5 Different Types of Life Insurance
There are five main types of life insurance to choose from. Here’s a breakdown of what each one covers.
When to Borrow Against Your Life Insurance Policy
Life insurance policy loans offer quick cash with low interest rates — but there are limitations.
Life Insurance Medical Exams: What to Expect
Buying life insurance? Here's what to expect from a life insurance medical exam — and how to get the best results.
What Happens to Your Debts After You Die?
Your estate is typically responsible for your debts after you die. But others may be on the hook if they co-signed.
Pros and Cons of Group Life Insurance Through Work
Basic life insurance through the workplace is typically free, but could leave you underinsured.
5 Best No Medical Exam Life Insurance Policies for May 2023
Skip the tests and get coverage quickly with companies that offer life insurance with no medical exam.
Term Life vs. Whole Life Insurance: Differences and How To Choose
Term life insurance is cheaper than whole life insurance, but it covers you for only a set number of years.
Cash Value Life Insurance: Is It Right for You?
The cash value in permanent life insurance policies can generate impressive returns, but it also comes with risks.
What Is an Insurance Premium?
An insurance premium is the price you pay for the policy. Costs can vary based on the type of insurance you buy.
Life Insurance Definition
Life insurance pays out a sum of money to your beneficiaries if you die while the coverage is active.