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?
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
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
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?
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?
Would you like to feel confident that you will be able to manage the escalating cost of healthcare and have the protection you need if something were to happen to you? Of course, we would all like to think that we are immune from becoming critically ill. These feelings lead to many common misconceptions regarding…Read More about I’m Healthy as a Horse! Breaking the Myths Associated with Critical Illness Insurance
Born in the mid-1980’s, I am one of approximately 80 million Millennials, or Gen-Yers, living in the United States. Does this generational subset define who I am, my wants and preferences? To a certain extent . . . Yes. There is no denying that the high levels of unemployment and student loan debt coupled with…Read More about Making My Way as a Millennial: Part 1
An increasing number of Americans between the ages of 45 to 65 years find themselves caught in the challenging position of caring for their aging parents, while also raising their children or grandchildren. If you belong to this “sandwich generation” it can be a difficult juggling act. Are You Being Squeezed? Everyone’s family situation…Read More about Are You Being Squeezed? Money Strategies For The Sandwich Generation
(PART I OF A THREE PART SERIES) It seems as if these days are filled with a constant focus on money. We “spend” a great amount of time throughout our lives trying to make it and spend it. One thing is for sure. When we speak to friends, family and co-workers, we all have similar…Read More about 12 Steps Towards Your Financial Freedom: Part 1
It was a tremendous day in May 2010 when Darryl graduated from High School. As his mother cried tears of joy, she was even more thrilled to imagine that her son was going to college next year. Darryl was the first person in her family to get into a school and attend. It was a…Read More about Graduation Day! Honoring One Mom’s Great Decision!