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As you plan for your financial future and retirement, it is important that you understand Social Security so you can get the most out of your benefits. Social Security is an integral part of most retirement plans and for many it is the primary source of income in retirement. It can also provide benefits in the event of disability or survivor benefits to your dependents.
Do you receive your homeowner’s policy and immediately read it from cover to cover? I think for most of us the answer is “no”. Typically, homeowners obtain a policy for their loan closing and may not take a second look at the coverage until they need to file a claim—which maybe too late. June is when my homeowner’s policy is up for renewal and sin
We all want to take care of our loved ones in the event of our unexpected death. One challenge for many individuals living with obesity is being approved for individual life insurance. Since height and weight tables are used to determine insurability, many individuals pre-weight loss surgery (WLS) do not qualify and are left without insurance.
Making financial mistakes in your company could cost you in a big way, it could cripple or tank your business. If your mistakes are serious enough, you can be facing a lawsuit, which could jeopardize your company's cash flow and income. But if you have the right tools in hand, you can make well-informed decisions that could keep your company thriving.
With the proliferation of investment and personal finance websites, investors have access to a boundless number resources and tools once only available to financial professionals.
My son turned 16 this month and by year end will have his driver’s license. This means we’ve been hit with his wish list of cars. He’s showed me a few of his dream cars but I think you need to be a professional athlete to afford one of those! Well, it’s safe to say he will not be driving one of these cars in the near future.
Do you have a child or grandchild you’d like to teach lessons about money? Story time is a fun way you can teach (or sneak in ) money lessons about saving and spending. A book I recently used at the local library is Bunny Money by Rosemary Wells. The children and parents enjoyed the story and it includes several money lessons you can make interactive.