Is Your Employer Disability Coverage Enough to Meet Your Needs?

Is Your Employer Disability Coverage Enough to Meet Your Needs?

Many people with stable, long-term employment enjoy a number of benefits from their employer. This could include 401k matching, employee discounts, health benefits, and insurance benefits.In this article, we are going to focus on the last benefit in that...
Breaking Down the Myths Surrounding Disability Insurance

Breaking Down the Myths Surrounding Disability Insurance

Talking about insurance can often be an uncomfortable topic. The very nature of insurance requires healthy, happy individuals to think about a future where they may be faced with life-altering challenges. However, like many uncomfortable discussions that come up in...
How to Determine How Much Life Insurance You Actually Need

How to Determine How Much Life Insurance You Actually Need

Life insurance is never a fun topic of discussion. Ideally, you will live forever and never need to worry about life insurance. Unfortunately, that simply is not reality. Life insurance is about more than just leaving behind some money if you pass. It’s about...
5 Types of Insurance for Your Small Business

5 Types of Insurance for Your Small Business

If you dream of owning your own small business, chances are that you don’t spend your time fantasizing about the mundane details, like what kinds of insurance you’ll need. Nonetheless, if you forget about taking out the requisite insurance for your small business,...
Do I Really Need Life Insurance?

Do I Really Need Life Insurance?

Life insurance can be expensive and hard to come by. The older you are the more costly the premiums are, and many plans require comprehensive medical reviews and lots of paperwork. According to the 2017 Insurance Barometer Study, by Life Happens and LIMRA,  41% of...
How Much Insurance Do You Really Need?

How Much Insurance Do You Really Need?

As Sandra Bullock famously says in the opening scene of The Blind Side while describing highly paid NFL quarterbacks and left tackles, “Every housewife knows that the first check you write every month is for the mortgage and the second check is for the insurance.” ...
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