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Published January 19, 2023 | 3 min read
Emma gives you all the information you need to protect your family and your finances with confidence. Here’s why you can trust our research.
Emma wants to help you get your finances right. To do that, we’ve assembled a best-in-class editorial team full of experts, fact-checkers, licensed insurance agents, and certified financial planners. Since we’re an insurance marketplace, we’re not beholden to any one company and will advocate for you. The same goes for our editorial content — we give you the unbiased information you need and will never recommend a product, company, or financial strategy we don’t think is right.
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Accuracy: Our educational content is based on empirical evidence and carefully sourced research. We always cite our sources and regularly update pages to reflect the latest data and insights.
Our educational guides are written by in-house experts — including licensed insurance agents and certified financial planners — who are dedicated to their area of focus. Prior to publishing, our research and advice is thoroughly reviewed, fact-checked, and revised to ensure accuracy and completeness. We follow the Society of Professional Journalists' code of ethics, and in some cases, our own proprietary information and data may be used to write about a company or product.
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Where noted, articles are reviewed and fact-checked by members of our Financial Review Council, including certified financial planners, certified public accountants, licensed financial advisors, and licensed insurance agents. This additional level of review ensures that:
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