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Protection comes in all shapes and sizes
Life insurance. You’ve probably heard the reasons for having it: help your loved ones pay off your debts set up a college fund for your kids allow you be a part of your families’ big moments, even if you can’t physically be there cover the cost of the expenses associated with a funeral or burial…Read More about Protection comes in all shapes and sizes
Who Owns More Than One Life Insurance Policy?
It is raining outside and your car is parked at the back of the lot, about ¼ of a mile away! You are lucky because you have your rain coat on and your umbrella in your hand. You are prepared. And as you step into the foyer, you hold your umbrella with confidence in your hand and…Read More about Who Owns More Than One Life Insurance Policy?
(Part II) Develop Personal Insurance by Investing in Yourself: Millennials share their stories.
In Part I of this II part series, we met Sarah, a Millennial who realized the importance of Personal Insurance. Personal insurance is unlike any other form of insurance! It is not something you can get through your credit union or an insurance agent. Personal insurance is an investment you make in yourself to protect your future! Now…Read More about (Part II) Develop Personal Insurance by Investing in Yourself: Millennials share their stories.
Develop Personal Insurance by Investing in Yourself: Millennials share their stories.
When you hear the word “insurance” what comes to mind? Protection? Uncertainty? Managing Risk? A payment? These adjectives define insurance in its most basic form but when you think of insurance as something you buy and pay for you are limited. Yes, property, health, auto, life, accident, critical illness, disability, and liability insurance all fall…Read More about Develop Personal Insurance by Investing in Yourself: Millennials share their stories.
Parents: How can life insurance help ensure that your children fulfill their dreams?
No matter what the circumstances, the life of a parent is never easy. You are not only mom or dad; you are their teacher, coach, cheerleader, chef, driver, listener, supporter, nurse, and financial provider. You rarely wear just one of these hats but find yourself juggling many at the same time. No matter what hat, or…Read More about Parents: How can life insurance help ensure that your children fulfill their dreams?
What Troubles Most College Graduates?
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?
College Students: Are You Thinking Green?
Life of a college student: sleep, eat, class, maybe sleep again, study, out with friends, repeat. Somewhere in between sleep and repeat, it is important to find time to think green. Not saving the planet “green” (which is, still, very important) . . . we are talking about money! College, in itself, is expensive. In…Read More about College Students: Are You Thinking Green?
College: You’ve Been Accepted, Now What?
Are you off to college in the fall? Congratulations! Would you agree that independence, football games, fraternity/sorority parties, making new friends and being able to eat pizza every night are some of the things that come to mind? The freedom that comes with being a college freshman is undoubtedly a thrilling feeling and with freedom,…Read More about College: You’ve Been Accepted, Now What?
Your Career: Is It Time For a Change?
As an 18-year old going off to college for the first time are you really prepared to answer the question, “What do you want to do with your life?” For many college students, making new friends, cheering on the school’s sports teams, and staying out late on a school night, top the bucket list. Flash…Read More about Your Career: Is It Time For a Change?