Many of us already have life insurance through our job. But did you know that most life insurance offered through the workplace is term insurance? Term insurance through your employer may only protect you only for a specified period of time, and the coverage usually ends if you switch jobs. Always check with your employer to understand the…Read More about Life Insurance through PFP | The Family Security Plan® Provides You With “Living Benefits”
During the holiday season, it’s very easy to get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle all around. Whether it’s making sure you have the perfect gift for your favorite aunt or getting all the fixings for the big holiday meal, it’s easy to forget to be thankful for what you already have. This year, we…Read More about What Are You Thankful For?
Last year, PFP | The Family Security Plan® asked our employees what they believe in. We were touched by their responses and posted them in a blog called We Believe in…from The FSP Community. That blog quickly became our most popular post! Throughout the year, we kept coming back to those “We Believes” and noticed…Read More about We are thankful for…
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!
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
In 2011 alone it is estimated that 2.9 billion dollars were lost by the senior market due to financial abuse, or fraud. What is even more alarming is that this number is on a steady incline over previous years. Why is the senior market a growing target for financial scams? The answer is obvious; seniors…Read More about Don’t Fall Victim to Financial Abuse