Life insurance is for your loved ones, so it’s important to make it a priority. It probably won’t even cost you as much as your monthly cell phone bill!
A select group of people are choosing to sidestep health insurance, and the Obamacare mandate, through Christian-based health programs. Here is why it may be a good option for you.
When faced with the tough choice of paying hundreds for traditional health insurance or going without coverage, many families are starting to turn to Christian-based health programs. Here’s how they work.
Life insurance is important to ensure that your family doesn’t go through hard times if you die. But how can you get more insurance if you can’t afford much now? Try the insurance laddering method.
Even if you think that you are set with insurance, you may want to look over your policies and see if you are making these 3 common insurance mistakes.
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The Monday Night Football game between the Packers and Seahawks can help to illustrate what can happen when you don’t play well in the first half of your financial game.
Life insurance is an uncomfortable topic, but it’s one we all need to talk about. Here are 8 reasons why you should buy term life insurance today, and 2 reasons why you shouldn’t.
If you drive a car, you’re going to need insurance. Here are some tips that will allow you to get some better deals when shopping for insurance.
There are reasons you may want to consider a life insurance policy even if you don’t have kids. Here are a few of them.
One mistake people make is to assume that their insurance rates are the best available, when they could be saving hundreds by switching.
Near the end of the year many companies have open enrollment to sign up for benefits. Here are some resources to make it less confusing.
Sometimes parents get so wrapped up in caring for their children that they forget to care for themselves, and for their financial health.