Is Your Disability Insurance Enough? As a professional, your ability to work and earn a living is your greatest asset and you should protect it. So, if you have group disability benefits at work or a small supplemental policy, is it enough to protect you in the event of a long-term illness or injury? You…Read More about Is Your Disability Insurance Enough?
Meet Monica: A Registered Nurse who has been a part of the hospital network for six years. What she loves most about her job is that her schedule allows her to be home at night to be with her son. Monica has sacrificed a lot as a single parent but takes pride in her work and…Read More about Protect the Most Important Things
As a twenty-nine year old, protecting myself from a disability didn’t even make my priority list; I can honestly say that it was not even something I had given a second thought. That was until I listened to Robert’s story . . . It was the most wonderful time of the year. Each year, mid-November,…Read More about Disability Insurance: Protecting Your Way of Life
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?
(PART III OF A THREE PART SERIES) What does a month-long celebration on financial literacy look like? For many, that is hard to imagine. However, for those following PFP | The Family Security Plan® Community, the picture is becoming clear. We have already reviewed the concepts of earning, borrowing, saving and spending in prior…Read More about 12 Steps Towards Your Financial Freedom: Part 3