Is Financial Education Part of Your Inclusion Efforts? When your organization thinks about diversity and inclusion is financial education on your radar? Here are the facts… most likely, your organization includes employees from every (financial) walk of life. There are the high earners, and the lower earners, the budgeting gurus and those that believe in…Read More about How to Help Employees with Financial Wellness
How to Save More Money In honor of Financial Literacy Month, take time to learn how to improve your finances by saving more money! Good financial habits often start with saving. Being able to save money not only helps when times get tough, but it eases financial stress and will help eliminate debt. Start Your Savings…Read More about Pay Yourself First: How to Save More Money
10 Financial Resolutions for the New Year Each New Year’s the clock strikes midnight and we all vow to stick to our New Year’s resolution. How many of us actually do? The truth is, only 8% of people achieve their New Year’s resolution.* Resolutions are easiest to stick to when they are realistic. Resolutions are…Read More about New Year…New (Financial) Me!
When you think of a hero who do you think of? Spiderman? Superman? A parent? A friend? Not all heroes wear capes. Heroes aren’t necessarily those saving the city or rescuing someone from a burning building. Heroes are the everyday people among us who have made our lives better. At PFP | The Family Security…Read More about Be a Hero
We all know we should do more to improve our financial fitness: save a little more, create a budget (and, more importantly, stick to it!) and plan for retirement. We understand that getting started can be a little scary, so we’re here with some helpful tips to get you on the path to financial success!…Read More about Financial Fitness – You Can Do It!
Hope for the best but prepare for the worst. We have all heard it, we know it’s true. But how many of us actually live by this motto? When it comes to our family and their future we shouldn’t be relying on just luck. Don’t find yourself in one of these unlucky situations: An unexpected…Read More about Don’t Leave Your Future to Luck
It’s happened to everyone: you slip on the ice, or trip on a toy, or get in a car accident. Luckily, most are minor and can usually be fixed with a bandage or a soothing word. But what about those not-so-minor accidents and the bills that come with them? That’s where Accident Insurance can help. What…Read More about Why Accident Insurance?
Is Your Disability Insurance Enough? As a professional, your ability to work and earn a living is your greatest asset and you should protect it. So, if you have group disability benefits at work or a small supplemental policy, is it enough to protect you in the event of a long-term illness or injury? You…Read More about Is Your Disability Insurance Enough?
I don’t need more life insurance because… …I have coverage through my job …I don’t have a mortgage …I don’t have any children or my children don’t live with me anymore …My children are grown and don’t live with me anymore …I can’t afford it Do any of these sound familiar? These are some of…Read More about Why is life insurance so important for you and your family?
Have you ever thought about what would happen if you were to get injured or too sick to work? A common misconception is that if you have workers’ compensation it will cover you in the event that the unexpected happens. But what happens if the unexpected happens when you aren’t at work? Worker’s compensation benefits…Read More about Why Do I Need Disability Insurance if I Have Worker’s Compensation?