The 2 things many parents don’t do to protect their families

Life insurance and disability insurance can protect your family from financial ruin if something happens to you or your spouse. Even non-working spouses need insurance. If a stay-at-home parent dies, the surviving spouse will need to pay for help to replace the labor that the other parent performs. Many stay-at-home moms devote themselves to child […]

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Zip codes now being used to set car insurance premiums

Where someone lives has become as important as any other factor in the auto insurance industry today. Having an insurance broker with the right insight could translate into a heavier wallet for you. Learn how the practice of basing insurance premiums on location, while actually nothing new, has intensified in recent years. Regardless of the […]

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Who’ll Pay for Americans to Live to 100?

The good news is that Americans are living longer. The bad news? Our current retirement systems are not designed to support a life expectancy of 100 years. To replace one’s income during a retirement that lasts to 100, workers need to save over 30 percent of their income every single year of their working lives. […]

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Family warns other parents after son is burned

With this week being burn awareness week, it is a great time to remind parents and families of the dangers of the kitchen. When young children are around, the kitchen is a prime location for potential burns and extra precautions should be taken to avoid this. Recently a young boy named Derek who in an […]

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4 Key Lessons to Teach Your Kids About Money

These 4 lessons on teaching your children how to deal with money on a short and long term basis can help them as an adult. Whether your family is blessed to have more than enough money or just barely getting by this article offers suggestions that will help you as a parent decide how to […]

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