The retirement crisis has become a topic of conversation in the United States, and while its actualization is still widely debated, there is no doubt Americans need to take additional steps in order to ensure a financially stable...Read More
Knowing how much and where to save your money is essential to leading a financially secure life. However, wrapping your head around the multitude of retirement options available can be stressful. Consider talking to a financial...Read More
4 Questions You Should Ask Before Buying LTC Insurance Weekly Update – October 27, 2015Healthcare needs in retirement are complex and purchasing a long-term care insurance policy is a major decision that you should not undertake...Read More
Life Insurance for Small Business Owners: Buy-Sell Agreements Weekly Update – September 16, 2015If you own a business, what would happen to your business and your family if you were to die unexpectedly? Life insurance can help give...Read More
3 Ways to Boost Retirement SavingsWeekly Update – September 10, 2015Millions of Americans risk running out of money during retirement or not being able to retire on time. The most common reason? Not having saved enough for retirement...Read More
6 Ways to Protect Yourself From Identity Theft and Fraud Weekly Update – September 2, 2015The Bureau of Justice Statistics found that 16.6 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2012. While scammers often specifically...Read More
3 Financial Screw-ups You Want to AvoidWeekly Update – August 20th, 2015It takes most people a lifetime to build significant wealth, but a few mistakes can completely derail your progress. Usually, it’s not just a single bad decision...Read More
Term vs. Whole vs. Universal Life InsuranceWeekly Update – August 13, 2015Ever wondered about the differences between term and permanent life insurance options? Though every type of life insurance is designed to provide a death benefit...Read More
5 Financial Action Items for College Students Weekly Update – August 11, 2015Sending a child off to college? Sit down together and go over these important financial issues before dropping him or her off for the semester. read more...Read More
Have You Considered These 4 Expenses in Your Life Insurance Calculations?Weekly Update – 07/31/2015If you have life insurance, you probably sat down at some point and calculated how many years of income your family might need or what...Read More
Traveling Abroad? Check Your Insurance Coverage Weekly Update – 7/23/2015 Suffering an injury or illness abroad can be extremely expensive, especially if it requires emergency medical care or unplanned evacuation. If you’re planning a...Read More
Sticking To Your Financial GoalsWeekly Update – 07/17/2015Everyone has goals that they’d like to reach. Maybe it’s running a marathon, writing a novel, retiring early, or taking control of your finances. Whatever your personal goals...Read More
Should You Buy Life Insurance For Your Children?Weekly Update – 07/09/2015Weekly Update – 07/09/2015Life insurance for children is a controversial issue. On one hand, most children are born healthy and will live long, productive lives....Read More
4 Life Events That Affect Your Need For Life Insurance Weekly Update – 6/12/2015 Most people don’t think about insurance until some event triggers the thought, “Do I need to do something about my life insurance?” If you don’t have any...Read More
How to Set Priorities For Your Financial Life Weekly Update – 5/21/2015 The first step toward taking control of your financial life is identifying your priorities and creating objectives. Ultimately, money is a tool that should be used...Read More
How Much Life Insurance Do You Really Need?5/12/2015 The main purpose of life insurance is to help your family recover from the financial consequences of your death. One of the major questions to consider when evaluating life insurance...Read More
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In good times and bad, consistently saving a percentage of your income is a sound financial practice.