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Urban Rugby Has an Impact, On and Off the Field

By James Brunson | September 29, 2015

The initiative and leadership these high school kids have taken on proves how big an impact a sport like rugby can have on the lives of kids in an urban setting.

College Planning for Kindergartners

By David O’Malley | September 22, 2015

It’s never too early to start planning for college, or too late. If you’re a parent of a kindergartner, here is what you need to know for planning for college.

Five Smart Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

By Margaret Muldoon | April 7, 2015

First, let’s talk about what to do with this year’s refund, and then we can explore how to change things so that you get to keep your money this year.

Why Millennials Need Life Insurance Now, Not Later

By William Stevens | September 23, 2014

I hate reading stories like this recent one on CNN Money: Grieving parents hit with $200,000 in student loans. A 27-year old woman died suddenly of liver failure, leaving her devastated parents to cover the student loans they had co-signed for her. She had no life insurance.

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.