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Summer is Almost Here! Can a Couch-to-5k Running Program Get You Ready?

Summer is almost here. For many of us, now is the time we begin thinking about transforming our bodies from winter mode to swimsuit ready. With...

Special Needs Child? Consider Survivorship Life Insurance

If you are a parent of a child with special needs, planning for the long-term may include providing financial assistance for when your child...

The Case(s) to Buy Life Insurance for Your Child

Nearly every insurance company has a life insurance marketing strategy for children. Websites, pamphlets, and sales training have been designed to...

What Medical Bills are Tax Deductible for 2019?

Medical bills can eat up a substantial portion of a family’s budget. In fact, nearly a quarter of all Americans are having trouble paying for their...

The Safest Vehicles to Buy in Model Year 2020

Every year, automakers stuff new models with the latest in safety technology. With more vehicles on the road than ever before and distracted...

This is Why You Pay Taxes on Employer-Sponsored Disability Insurance

Your most valuable asset is not your car, home, or 401(k) balance. Your most valuable asset is you! More specifically, your most valuable asset is...

Life vs. Accidental Death Insurance

Life insurance is often confused with accidental death and dismemberment insurance (AD&D). While both are a form of life insurance, when and...

Benefits of Dental Insurance

A person’s smile is usually one of their most memorable features. To have a bright, vibrant set of pearly white teeth requires proper oral hygiene...

Are You Ready for Your Insurance Review?

Let’s start 2020 right, with a review of your insurance needs. I know that I always bring this up around this year, but that’s because I believe...

Save on Your Premium

We all need insurance of some kind. Whether we purchase automobile, homeowners, health, or life insurance, one thing is for certain – there are the...

What Happens if You Miss Medicare Open Enrollment?

I missed the December 7 Medicare open enrollment deadline! What do I do now? I get this question a lot! Missing the open enrollment deadline can...

Good News: Part D Donut Hole Closes in 2020

For stand-alone Part D prescription drug plans, the maximum allowable deductible for standard Part D plans will increase to $435 in 2020, up from...

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