Antonio Ruiz-Camacho

Associate Content Director

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Expertise

Personal finance, life insurance, disability insurance, credit

Education

Stanford University (Knight Fellow, Journalism, New Media); University of Texas at Austin (MFA)

Featured in

The New York Times, CNET, Bankrate, Salon, CreditCards.com, Texas Monthly

About

Antonio helps lead our life insurance and annuities editorial team at Policygenius. Previously, he was a senior director of content at Bankrate and CreditCards.com, as well as a principal writer covering personal finance at CNET. He is a former Knight Journalism fellow at Stanford University, and his writing has also appeared in The New York Times, Salon, and Texas Monthly.

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Want to interview a Policygenius expert?

Journalist on a deadline? Our press team can connect you with our experts to discuss insurance, personal finance, and more. They’re also pretty friendly.

press@policygenius.com

Policygenius content follows strict guidelines for editorial accuracy and integrity. Learn about our editorial standards and how we make money.

Selected stories from Antonio

The different types of annuities, explained

There are many types of annuities to choose from, including fixed, variable, or indexed; immediate or deferred; and qualified or non-qualified. Here’s how each type of annuity works and which one might be right for you.

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Term life insurance rates (June 2024)

A 30-year-old could pay between $15 and $30 per month — or less than $300 per year — for term life insurance. Explore more term life insurance rates by age, term length, and coverage amount.

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How does term life insurance work?

A term life insurance policy is a contract that lasts for a set period of time (usually between 10 to 30 years) where the insurance company pays your beneficiaries a lump sum if you die while the policy is active.

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