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
February is Heart Health Month. What exactly does that mean? It means learning about your heart and everything you can do to make it as healthy as can be! Know the stats about heart health* Each year 790,000 people have heart attacks in the U.S. 1 in 7 deaths in the U.S. are caused by…Read More about Heart Health – Know the Facts
On January 1st, everyone gets to start the year with a clean slate. We promise ourselves that we’ll start saving, or that we’ll finally start eating healthier. But come February, we’re back to the daily splurges and snacking on chips and cookies. The resolution that we made with every good intention, is easily abandoned. Why is…Read More about Make a New Year’s Resolution…and Stick With It!
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?
Two years ago we asked our employees and our members what they were thankful for. We had such a great response, that we decided to do it again! We weren’t disappointed! Your stories and gratitude were incredibly moving and heartwarming. If you need an uplift in your life (and who doesn’t?), keep reading! Your stories…Read More about Thankful for…
We talk a lot about families and children, but what if you are single? Do you still need life insurance? Life insurance is a smart financial move for everyone, not just families. If you are still unsure, think about these things: Outstanding Debt Unfortunately, if you have any outstanding debt it could be passed on.…Read More about Do You Need Life Insurance if You Are Single?
When budgets get tight it’s easy to start thinking about what you can cut first. For some, life insurance can be at the top of that list. It’s not a tangible item; you can’t see it and you probably don’t think about it daily. Before you cut the cord, think about these things first. It’s…Read More about Feeling Like You Can’t Afford Your Policy?
During Healthcare Workers Week we asked our policy holders to tell us what led them to a career in healthcare. For some, it was seeing a loved one in need, for others it was simply a calling. Here are some of their responses: The ability to help people. It was probably a calling. When I…Read More about What Led You to the Healthcare Field?
Change happens. It’s an unavoidable fact of life. And while many dread it, change doesn’t always have to be a negative thing. Some of the best moments in our life are a result of change: Getting married Buying a new home Having a child When change happens, you have to adjust: you change your schedule,…Read More about Your life has changed…has your insurance coverage?
What will tomorrow bring? Will this be a good year? What do the next five years look like? These are questions many of us ask ourselves each day. If you knew what the future had in store would you live your life differently? Maybe you would spend more time with your family, pick up a new…Read More about You Can’t Predict The Future