Types of Insurance Homeowners Need

by Kevin Mulligan August 9, 2013

Compared to renting, owning a home can be a great thing. You can paint whatever colors you want (unless your homeowners association says otherwise) and you get to decide what the landscaping looks like. Yet owning a piece of property worth hundreds of thousands of dollars is a big financial risk, too. That’s why you […]

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How to Insure High Value Items

by Ryan Guina July 18, 2013

I will formally go on the record and state that everyone needs homeowner’s insurance or renter’s insurance to cover the value of the items they own. Hopefully, you have taken the steps to acquire one of these policies. If not, do so now. These policies are relatively inexpensive, and it doesn’t take much to lose […]

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Part-Time Jobs that offer Health Insurance Benefits

by Kevin Mercadante July 2, 2013

It’s not at all common to think of part-time jobs and health insurance benefits in the same sentence. But it is possible to combine the two –if you know where to look. There are actually more employers who offer health insurance benefits for part-time workers than we generally assume. The game is changing… If you’ve […]

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How Much Life Insurance Do You Need?

by Neal Frankle June 13, 2013

I have a love-hate relationship with life insurance. On the one hand, I love it. It helped me get through college and have a life. It also helps me sleep at night knowing that my family would be taken care should something terrible happen to me (God forbid). I also hate it because many agents […]

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What Happens if Your Life Insurance Provider Goes Out of Business?

by Miranda Marquit June 10, 2013

You think about insurance as a way to protect your assets. Life insurance is especially important, since it is meant to protect your family if you die. You pay a premium, and you expect the coverage to provide for your family later on. Rarely do you consider who insures the insurance company. However, this is […]

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Are Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) Going Away?

by Miranda Marquit April 24, 2013

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), passed in 2010, has brought a number of changes to health care in the last couple of years. While some consumers have seen benefits from the PPACA, there are those who are not quite as fortunate. The biggest issue for some is with regard to Health Savings […]

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Does Your Spouse Really Need Life Insurance?

by Neal Frankle April 9, 2013

We spend a lot of time talking about how much life insurance you need. That’s great, of course, but the exercise is often left incomplete. Most people address this issue from the standpoint of the main wage earner alone. Once they figure out how much life insurance they need, the next step they take is […]

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