Callie McGill

Callie is a Content Marketing Research Analyst at ValuePenguin, with a focus on insurance.

Dying industries seniors are keeping alive & where they continue to work

In the nation's largest cities, often more than one in six seniors are working well past the retirement age of 65. ValuePenguin...

Insurance Expert Q&A with Adam Erlebacher, CEO of Fabric

Every year, over $1 billion in life insurance benefits go unclaimed because of lost and misplaced policies. Fabric is working towards...

Insurance Expert Q&A with Ray Caucci, Chairman and CEO of Vantis Life Insurance Company

Vantis Life is aiming to challenge how people think about life insurance; enforcing that planning for the future is not an uncomfortable...

83% of Americans believe there is a Healthcare Affordability Crisis on our hands

With heated conversations taking place surrounding universal healthcare, ValuePenguin asked the people if they truly were dissatisfied with...

Most and Least Affordable Cities in Michigan for Homeowners & Renters

The affordability of housing costs for homeowners and renters in Michigan varies significantly based on the city in which you live. While...

A West Coast Renter’s Guide to Affordable Living

In 60% of large west coast cities, renters contribute more of their income to housing than they can afford.

Insurance Expert Q&A with Hole-in-One U.S.A.’s Andrew Workman

The odds of an amateur golfer making a hole in one is about 12,500 to 1. Yet the odds of a charity event being ruined if a hole in one...

Teen Drinking Can Be a Big Adult Problem

Underage drivers who are intoxicated are 17 times more likely to be in a fatal car crash — and even if they aren’t, you could be liable for...

Insurance Expert Q&A with Clearcover CEO Kyle Nakatsuji

Clearcover was conceived with the idea of using modern technology to streamline the insurance experiences, lowering the cost for consumers...

Speeding is the leading cause of fatal car crashes in the U.S.

Speeding resulted in more fatal car crashes than driving under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication.

Which is the Worst County in Tennessee for Distracted Driving?

In Tennessee, there were 129% more distracted driving accidents in 2017 than 2008. The state's largest county, Shelby, reported over 5,600...

The Most Dangerous & Non-Fatal Industry by State

When people think about dangerous jobs, they tend to focus on jobs where people might die. There is plenty of merit to this, as anyone...

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