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Retirement Planning Made Simple


One interesting aspect of retirement that you’ll discover is that you’ll find your typical week hard to describe to your adult children. Although it might appear you’re being evasive when asked about how your week is going, that’s not the case. On Monday, you might be packing for an exotic vacation you’re planning on taking next week. On Tuesday, you ... Read More »

Are You Paying for Insurance You Don’t Need?

Are You Paying for Insurance You Don’t Need?

Insurance, especially health insurance, has been a buzzword for some time. You know you need it, especially when it comes to home and auto, because you know, fires and car crashes, and stuff. These disasters can destroy your property, so you need to be insured to protect your belongings! But, there is a thing as too much insurance. While it’s ... Read More »

What You Need to Know About Life Insurance

Many people find life insurance policies confusing, and it doesn’t help that laws in different states can impact those life insurance plans. With this helpful quiz, you can get more information about how state laws can make a difference in life insurance plans, and you can use that information to find the plan that suits your needs. This quiz will ... Read More »

Your Guide to Compare Car Insurance Policies

Your Guide to Compare Car Insurance Policies

It truly feels intimidating to search for the right car insurance as it takes much time and effort to compare different policies. However, you can actually get the process more simplified although it may seem tougher initially. These days, a number of insurance providers are indeed walking an extra mile to make your policy hunting much easier than before. You ... Read More »

Managing Healthcare During Times of Financial Stress

Healthcare spending exceeded $10,000 per person in 2016, and appears to be a continuing problem for the foreseeable future. If you’ve lost your job, or haven’t recovered wages from previous job losses, or even if you’ve changed careers to try and make ends meet, you may be feeling economic strain thanks to healthcare mandates and rising costs for prescription drugs. ... Read More »