Lacie Glover spent more than five years covering health care costs and all types of insurance as a NerdWallet writer before becoming an assistant assigning editor in 2019 and later an assigning editor on the insurance team. As a writer, her work was featured in The Associated Press, The Motley Fool and U.S. News & World Report. Lacie is a NerdWallet authority on insurance products and loves data, analytics and solving SEO mysteries.
- Education: B.Sc. in chemistry from Colorado State University
The latest from Lacie
Life Settlements: Selling Your Life Insurance Policy
Life settlements provide a way to get cash for a life insurance policy you no longer need. Here's how they work.
How to Get Preapproved for a Car Loan and Why You Should Do It
Getting preapproved puts you in a stronger negotiating position and helps you get the best interest rate possible.
How to Negotiate to Buy a Used Car
Whether you negotiate to buy a used car from a private party or a dealer, these simple concepts can save you money.
How Long to Finance Your Car? Say No to 72- and 84-Month Loans
Long loan terms might seem like a good deal, but they cost more in interest and can set you up for other financial problems, like owing more than your car is worth.
Switch Car Insurance Companies in 6 Steps
It’s not hard to change car insurance. But it does require some research and communication with your old and new insurers.
Comparing Drivewise by Allstate to Snapshot from Progressive
Drivewise offers cash back and rewards for good driving, while Snapshot gives custom rates based on driving habits.
What to Do After a Car Accident
Check for injuries and get somewhere safe before you start collecting information for your insurer.
How Long Does an Accident Stay on Your Insurance Record?
An accident will affect your insurance rate for three to five years, but the exact length varies by company and state.