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3 Money Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

By Ande Frazier | March 1, 2017

When it comes to your personal finances, a mistake can really impact your financial future. These 3 money mistakes are ones that you generally don’t want to make.

Suddenly Single: Financial Advice for Newly Widowed and Divorced Women

By Joan Wilton | February 9, 2016

Women who suddenly find themselves alone, either through divorce or the death of their spouse, face some daunting financial challenges.

Seven End-of-Year Tips for Reducing Your Income Tax

By Eva Victor | November 3, 2015

The approaching end-of-year is an ideal time to explore opportunities to reduce your 2015 income taxes. Here are 7 things you can do between now and December 31.

Retirement Planning Week is a Time for Action

By Lynn Nolan | April 14, 2015

This week is Retirement Planning Week. It’s a week for action, not for contemplation. What does that mean for you? Here are five specific actions you can take this week.

Five Things You Didn’t Know Life Insurance Could Do

By Raymond Caucci | September 2, 2014

When most people think of life insurance, they focus on the death benefits of life insurance, and don’t even know that a permanent policy can provide so much more.

The Difference Between Investing in Variable Life and Investing in Your 401K

By Keith Huckerby | August 22, 2014

We blog a lot about how you can use the cash value of your permanent life insurance to fund many of life’s possibilities – a child’s college education, time off to care for an ailing parent, start a new business, etc.