5 questions to ask before helping your adult child financially

Giving your children money when they are in their 20s and 30s can be helpful to them and fulfilling for you, but there’s a delicate balance. Warren Buffett recommends giving them “enough money so that they would feel they could do anything, but not so much that they could do nothing.” How do you find […]

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Give a gift that lasts a lifetime

If you have grandchildren, you know finding the perfect gift can be a challenge. You want something that’s meaningful. Instead of buying your grandchild another toy, you want to find something special and memorable. Here’s an idea you may not have thought about: life insurance. While it’s not a typical gift, a permanent life insurance […]

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Calculating your retirement needs

If retirement is around the corner for you, now is the time to look at your retirement savings and calculate your financial plan.

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These odds may drive you to consider disability income insurance

You wouldn’t dream of leaving yourself unprotected against financial loss when it comes to your home or car. But only one kind of insurance will protect you against the loss of your most important asset — your ability to earn an income.

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11 life insurance terms you should understand

Learn what these 11 life insurance terms mean so you can have a beneficial conversation with a financial representative.

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5 reasons people don’t buy life insurance

Take a look at some of the top reasons people procrastinate to own life insurance, and why having life insurance sooner than later can better protect you and your loved ones.

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Life Insurance What to know

Life Insurance 101: What you need to know

Use this beginner’s guide to help simplify your life.

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Back to school and saving for college

It’s back to school for kids across the country. You may be lamenting the cost of school supplies and the expense of last minute new clothes to cover that summer growth spurt. Whether your child is learning to read or learning to drive this year, you’re probably focused on the new school year ahead of […]

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Saving for retirement: Time is on your side

It’s never too early—or too late—to start investing for retirement. So why not get started now?

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