By David Sussman, CEO PFP | The Family Security Plan® This is NOT The Twilight Zone. We have been thrust into the wild world of the Webex™ meeting movement. A world where one corporate officer may say to another, “Terry, meet me in my room!”…Terry responds, “Gladly!” and no one violated a single HR policy. It…Read More about The Wacky, Wild, Wonderful World Of Webex™
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?
I know why I have an uneasy feeling when I drive to the gym. It is not because I am about to go through an hour of grueling sets with a guy who is helping me attain an ever-elusive fitness and weight goal; instead, it’s the thought that I may have a brief encounter with the…Read More about How Do You Spell Success? "N.I.C.E"
Never underestimate the value of a good quote. Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “No one can make you feel inferior with your consent.” Although I have heard it dozens of times, it always seems to ring truer when I’m feeling particularly pessimistic. A few years ago, I felt I was at my lowest point. The…Read More about Be the Best “You” You Can Be!
Many question why whole life insurance is a good investment. PFP | The Family Security Plan® does not provide insurance as an investment; instead, it is a necessity. There is no other financial tool that can create instant cash for your beneficiary in the event that the unexpected happens. When it comes to whole life…Read More about Life Insurance Is Not An Investment . . . It Is A Necessity
Buying your first house is a huge step. You will have to mow your lawn and rake your leaves, replace your oven if it breaks and, most importantly, have a plan for any unexpected expenses. There are many things to consider when buying your first house, and it can be overwhelming. Taking it one step…Read More about First Time Home Buyers: Making A House A Home
If you are approaching the Golden Age of Retirement, chances are you have dedicated a significant number of years to the workforce. The transition of working full-time to the life of a retiree can be an abrupt and difficult change. Will you have enough to occupy your time? Is your Retirement savings adequate for maintaining…Read More about Are You Prepared to Retire Cold Turkey? Semi-Retirement and Part-Time Employment
The Movember Foundation had declared the month of November as “Movember” in a global effort to raise awareness on men’s health issues. Since 2003, over 4 million men and women around the world have joined in the movement, raising over 559 million dollars, funding 770 men’s health projects, and changing the face of men’s health.…Read More about Happy Movember! Bringing Awareness to Men’s Health
Graduating from college is a huge accomplishment. Working hard throughout the college undergraduate curriculum is commendable. However, what happens after the commencement ceremony ends and the final piece of confetti hits the floor? This is where post graduates find themselves in an unfamiliar situation. It may feel like the previous three summers where you go…Read More about What Troubles Most College Graduates?
Some things have changed since the Great Depression, Some Things Remain The Same. An economic “downturn” does not need a name to have an impact on everyone. Call it a “Recession”, call it a “Depression”, who cares what it is called. It signifies tough financial times for many. So let us take a minute and…Read More about When History Repeats Itself, Where Should We Turn?