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Aug

Tips for Back to School Season

Tips for Back to School Season Although it’s not even August yet, storefronts and businesses are beginning to advertise what some kids dread, and others cherish, back to school time. In a report from Huntington Bank Backpack Index, school supplies have increased a whopping 88% since 2007. With this statistic, here are 3 tips to consider for this back to

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31
Jul

5 Things to Know About Getting Life Insurance for Your Child

5 Things to Know About Getting Life Insurance for Your Child We spend so much time talking about the reasons adults need life insurance (income protection, covering funeral costs and so on) that it’s easy to forget why it may be a good idea for you to insure your children as well. When we think about it, we reason that

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16
Jul

5 Signs You Need to Up Your Life Insurance Coverage

5 Signs You Need to Up Your Life Insurance Coverage Depending on the type of life insurance policy you have, you could be covered anywhere between one year and the rest of your life, depending on if you have term or permanent life insurance. But if you’ve had a policy for a while, it might no longer be enough. As

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2
Jul

Tips for Summer Travel

Tips for Summer Travel Are you planning to get away from the normal this summer? According to AAA, so is about 35% of Americans. With vacation season in its prime, businesses everywhere are hiking prices and fees in anticipation for a busy season. With this, here are 5 quick tips to save money on your summer travel. Strategically plan your

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29
Jun

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Life Insurance

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Life Insurance Life insurance blah blah blah. Is that what you hear when someone mentions it as part of your new job’s employee benefits round-up or when you see something about it on TV or social media?  Not to worry: we’ve got the low-down on what you need to know. And it’s really not

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14
Jun

Getting Married? Two Questions You Need to Ask Your Partner (but Probably Haven’t)

Getting Married? Two Questions You Need to Ask Your Partner (but Probably Haven’t) Getting married is a big leap. And you may be in the midst of a whole lot of planning—from when and where to have the wedding to whom to invite. But planning the wedding and honeymoon is just the start of your life together. As you start

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5
Jun

Wealthy vs Financial Fit. Here’s the Difference and Why It Matters

Wealthy vs Financial Fit. Here’s the Difference and Why It Matters People can be wealthy without being financially fit, meaning they can have a lot of assets or money tied up in assets, but those assets aren’t “liquid.” Let me explain. Say you have a house that has escalated in value in the real estate market. You may have this

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1
Jun

Mid-Year Financial Check Up

Mid-Year Financial Check Up Happy Half Year! Time flies and first 6 months of 2018 are already here and gone! With the second half of the year fast approaching, it’s important to know how your finances are stacking up compared to your goals when the year began. What better way to that then to check out these quick tips for

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16
May

Ouch! Feeling the Financial Pinch in a Month or Less

Ouch! Feeling the Financial Pinch in a Month or Less This statistic is startling: 7 in 10 employed Americans would feel the financial pinch in a month or less without their paycheck. And when you dig a bit deeper, you find that 1 in 4 working Americans would feel the pinch immediately. These are just some of the findings from

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1
May

A Living Miracle

A Living Miracle Many of us in our 20s are filled with hope and optimism about the new jobs we have—or will work into, perhaps finding a partner and starting a family, maybe even buying a home. In short, it’s about designing a life “we” want to live, not one that’s been dictated to us. So, it’s not often we

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