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?
If you were asked “who does your heart beat for” what would your answer be? Your child? Your spouse? Your parents? Love is so more than a simple emotion. It’s all the little things you do each and every day for your loved ones: The care you take making your child’s lunch in the morning…Read More about Who does your heart beat for?
If they need you . . . Who are we referring to? Children. Grandchildren. Parents. Spouse. The people in your life that depend on you! Let’s narrow the focus to our children . . . Children depend on us for more than just the physiological; we are responsible for instilling self-esteem, comforting them with feelings…Read More about If they need you, you need The Family Security Plan
The housing bubble burst, Lehman Brothers collapsed and the 2007/2008 financial crisis had Americans looking for alternative financial service solutions. Where would they turn? In the years following the 21st century’s largest financial crisis thus far, Americans sought out businesses they could trust, build relationships with and attain a feeling of security. Americans sought out…Read More about Millennials migrate to credit unions . . . and away from banks!
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?
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.
The holiday season is upon us and although it is easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle, it’s important to reflect on the true meaning of the giving season. A couple of years ago, about this time of year, my family lost its matriarch, my grandmother. Losing a family member during the holidays…Read More about Give the Gift That Lasts a Lifetime
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
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