How Life Insurance Secures a Father’s Legacy

How Life Insurance Secures a Father’s Legacy

By Emily Miller Father’s Day is a celebration honoring fathers and father figures alike who have had a positive influence in our lives. It’s a day that should be spent not just showering our dads with gifts, but thanking them for all of their hard work and dedication. We should all spend less time worrying about the gift and more time with him. In the long run, it is not about the gifts you give…

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Veterans On Board to Defend Obamacare

Veterans On Board to Defend Obamacare

Air Force veteran Billy Ramos, from Simi Valley, Calif., is 53 and gets health insurance for himself and for his family from Medicaid — the government insurance program for low-income people. He says he counts on the coverage, especially because of his physically demanding work as a self-employed contractor in the heating and air conditioning business. “If I were to get hurt on the job or something, I’d have to run to the doctor’s, and if I…

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Chronic Diseases Highlight the Importance of Life Insurance

Chronic Diseases Highlight the Importance of Life Insurance

Individuals who are diagnosed with a non-communicable disease will often face difficulty while applying for life insurance. Fortunately there are life insurance policies created to help protect these individuals without being charged an arm and leg.

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Importance of Reviewing Your Will

Importance of Reviewing Your Will

Keeping your will up to date can improve your financial situation and help protect you and your loved ones from future hardships.

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The Great Kidney Caper: Can You Insure Your Individual Body Parts?

The Great Kidney Caper: Can You Insure Your Individual Body Parts?

What do a Newark, N.J.-based mortician, a California-based businessman, and a dentist and his seven mortician-cronies from the East Coast all have in common?

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What Is Universal Life Insurance?

What Is Universal Life Insurance?

Universal life insurance, also known as UL, offers policy owners considerable flexibility as to the amount and timing of premiums, and the face amount of coverage, which can be increased or decreased. Like any other life insurance policy, UL has it advantages and disadvantages.

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Deep Analysis of the Senate’s Better Health Care Reconciliation Act

Deep Analysis of the Senate’s Better Health Care Reconciliation Act

Make no mistake this will impact you and your family. This is a critical issue as health care spending is 1/6 our annual domestic spending. The Senate promised a different health insurance plan than the House’s AHCA and they delivered with the Better Health Care Reconciliation Act (complete discussion draft here). You can read the Senate’s own Summary of the Discussion Draft. The BCRA is not a repeal of the ACA, it is instead a…

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GOP Health Bill A Mixed Bag – Good News and Bad – For Millennial Generation

GOP Health Bill A Mixed Bag – Good News and Bad – For Millennial Generation

Darlin Kpangbah receives free health insurance through Medicaid and is grateful for the coverage in case of accidents, such as when she tore a ligament in her leg a few years ago. “I feel like I’m injury-prone,” said Kpangbah, 20, who lives in Sacramento, Calif. Without insurance, she said, the injury “would’ve been huge to pay for.” Young adults like Kpangbah were among the biggest beneficiaries of Obamacare, which helped reduce the rates of uninsured…

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Minor Traffic Tickets Can Become Major Problems for Your Life Insurance

Minor Traffic Tickets Can Become Major Problems for Your Life Insurance

One underwriter commented that if you are breaking traffic laws, you’re considered a risk because you may be putting yourself in a life threatening position

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How To Avoid Scams While Traveling

How To Avoid Scams While Traveling

When traveling internationally, scams are on the rise and targeting all types of travelers. Fortunately, travel insurance may help you recover from these scams.

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