While many people think the path to financial success is through home ownership that isn’t necessarily the case. Read the article to learn more about why renting vs buying isn’t always a clear-cut decision, to help you determine what’s best for you.
A lot goes into planning a trip, whether you’re visiting family for the holidays or taking a once in a lifetime trip! Check out our tips on how to determine if you should consider trip insurance.
An important part of helping clients achieve their financial goals is helping them navigate questions and decisions around Social Security and Medicare. Whether it’s deciding when to start Social Security or applying for supplemental Medicare coverage, these decisions have a big impact on your financial situation and wellbeing. This book covers the ins and outs of these complex topics.
Have you ever returned home to find that your house was broken into? This article shares a first-hand experience about steps to take if you discover a break-in and ways to improve your home security and insurance coverage.
Before traveling, it’s a good idea to know what insurance coverage you have just in case the unexpected happens while abroad.
Whether you’re looking to get health insurance on the individual market because of early retirement, leaving an employer to start a business, or you’re looking for any other reason, here are key points to keep in mind.
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Turning 65 marks an important milestone. It’s the age you become eligible for Medicare – healthcare the federal government provides for retirees. I. Medicare Part A, B, C and D Part A – Also called Original Medicare, Medicare Part A covers your stays in hospitals and...
When switching jobs, it can seem overwhelming to review all of the documents related to your new company’s employee benefits. These plans include choices for medical, dental, vision, retirement, life and accidental death and dismemberment, short-term and long-term...